화훼연구 Vol. 27 No. 4 (p.226-241)

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Tools for Controlling Smart Farms: The Current Problems and Prospects in Smart Horticulture

키워드 :
digital technology,farm data,IoT,smart farm,technical application,the Fourth Industrial Revolution

목차

Abstract
Introduction
What is a smart farm?
Tools for controlling smart farm
Biological sensor (including chemical and gasanalyzers)
   Water sensors
   Meteorological sensors
   Weed seekers
Optical sensors – hyperspectral, multispectral,fluorescence, and thermal sensing
   Optical cameras
   Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR)
   Sensors for detection of Microorganisms and Pestmanagement
   Photometric sensors
   Soil respiration or moisture
   Photosynthesis sensors
   Leaf area index (LAI) sensors
Accelerometers
   Rangefinders
   Dendrometers
   Hygrometers
   Temperature sensors
   Gas sensors
   Chlorophyll meters
   Image sensors
   Global Positioning System (GPS)
   The smart farmer or the best farmer?
The current stages of smart horticulture inKorea
The current problems and prospects insmart horticulture
Conclusion
References

초록

In the Fourth Industrial Revolution, digitally effective automatic tools in agriculture are being devised to produce food quickly. Therefore, it is essential to develop a deep understanding of digital technology and its features for the consideration of new relationships, arranged skills, and cultural economics to attain the best value for the consumption of agricultural products. Farmers play a crucial role in replacing traditional agricultural methods with new technologies in their fields. Experienced farmers can draw on the Internet of Things (IoT) to benefit from smart technologies, such as gateway data stores in light, humid, and pH sensors, and improve all sensor data daily in big sectors starting from their smart farms. This report focuses on the relationship between smart farms and IoT with new network knowledge and smart devices to benefit agriculture. This report hopes to support the farmers who intend to draw on the most recent advances in IoT-based smart farming against the backdrop of evolving sensors, tackling current