Design and Development of Automatic Seed Sowing MachineAuthor : P. Premalatha and Sharath Singh
Volume 8 No.1 Special Issue:June 2019 pp 51-54
Indian economy is dependent on agriculture to a great extent. Increase in production, tends to improve social welfare, particularly in rural areas. This project aims to increase the productivity and to reduce the time for seed sowing process and wastage of seeds. Automatic seed sowing machine designed and developed, which uses Solar powered DC motors driven by L298N driver circuit with Aurdino UNO R3 control kit. An ultrasonic sensor is also installed to detect the obstacle in the path and end of each row.
Automation, Agriculture Productivity, Arduino UNO3, L298N Driver, Solar Powered DC Motor
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