Bathini Sangeetha1 and Dr. Suresh Pabboju1*

1Assistant Professor (c), Dept of CSE, JNTUH University College of Engineering Sultanpur, Sangareddy, Telangana, INDIA -502273

1*Professor of Information technology, Director – AEC & CoE, Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology(A), Hyderabad, Telangana, INDIA – 500075


Numerous IoT applications may be seen in the agricultural sector, which will benefit farmers in unknown ways and ultimately contribute to the successful growth of the country. In order to improve farmers’ ability to cultivate crops more effectively, this article investigates prospective IoT applications in the sector of agriculture. The IoT and cloud-based big data analytics is proposed to play a significant role in the feasibility study of smart agriculture. It is believed that intelligent or precise agricultural systems will be crucial to enhancing agricultural operations. Everyone uses mobile devices frequently, including farmers. Information and communication technologies (ICT) are crucial for farmers to use in their daily lives to obtain agricultural information. The Internet of Things (IoT) has several uses in the field of digital agriculture, including crop growth monitoring, fertiliser selection, irrigation decision support systems, etc. In this study, an IoT device is utilised to collect data about agriculture, which is then stored in a cloud database. Big data analysis powered by the cloud is utilised to assess data such as fertiliser needs, crop analysis, market needs, and stock needs for the crop. Our ultimate goal is to use the forecasted information to boost crop productivity and control the cost of agriculture for the products.

Keywords: IoT Technology, wireless sensor networks, Big-data analytics, Precision agriculture