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Distributed Processing System, 2022, 3(2); doi: 10.38007/DPS.2022.030201.

Smart Agricultural Internet of Things Remote Control System


Lei Hu

Corresponding Author:
Lei Hu

Operation and Maintenance Section of Assets Department, Jiangxi Institute of Fashion Technology, Jiangxi, China


The agricultural problem is the fundamental problem affecting the national economy and people's livelihood, is the basis of the national economy. However, China is now in a critical period of transformation from traditional agriculture to modern agriculture, information technology represents the development direction of today's advanced productive forces. Intelligent agriculture takes information knowledge as its core, combining modern information technology, intelligent devices and intelligent robots, such as emerging remote sensing networks, the Internet of things and artificial intelligence applications in agricultural production. Processing, management and service of the whole industrial chain, to achieve precision farming and Internet sales as well as intelligent decision-making and social services. To form a mode of modern agricultural development characterized by digitization, automation, precision and intelligence. But overall, smart agriculture research in China is still in its infancy, many key technological issues remain unresolved. And on that basis, this paper will systematically sort out and summarize the literature of intelligent agriculture research. The key technologies and application fields of intelligent agriculture research are expounded systematically. The remote control system of intelligent agricultural Internet of things is studied and realized. It conforms to the design principle of "real-time, stable, applicable, expandable, cheap and easy to operate". It has high practical value for extracting database data, drawing graphs to verify the correctness of the system scheme and the good performance of the control system.


Smart Agriculture, Internet of Things, Wireless Sensors, Environmental Parameters

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Lei Hu. Smart Agricultural Internet of Things Remote Control System. Distributed Processing System (2022), Vol. 3, Issue 2: 1-13. https://doi.org/10.38007/DPS.2022.030201.


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