Arduino based irrigation monitoring system using Node microcontroller unit and Blynk application

Syahir Haziq Shahar, Syila Izawana Ismail, Nik Nur Shaadah Nik Dzulkefli, Rina Abdullah, Mazratul Firdaus Mohd Zain


In the case of traditional irrigation systems, irrigation is done manually by the user. Since the water is irrigated directly into the land, plants undergo high stress from variations in soil moisture, and therefore plant appearance is reduced. The objective is for remote monitoring and controlling devices, which are controlled using a Wi-Fi module, and to optimize water consumption. The sensors collect and evaluate data regarding changing weather, soil moisture levels, and water levels before sending timely notifications to the user's phone and desktop. The system also contains a device application (Blynk) that runs on various devices and may be used to monitor plant conditions at the user's workplace. It constantly monitors the situation and notifies the user of any developments that necessitate urgent action. It combines the sensor devices, Node microcontroller unit (NodeMCU), and Arduino to work together to meet the system's objectives.


Arduino; Blynk apps; Internet of things; Irrigation monitoring; Node microcontroller unit

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