Remote Monitoring System of an Agricultural Tillage Machine Based on an Embedded ARM Technology Wireless Sensor

Jiaqi He, Yong Chen


To solve the problems of monitoring system topology structure and joint ductility, as well as to improve the efficiency of agricultural planting, this study presents a greenhouse-monitoring system based on the advanced RISC machine (ARM) wireless sensor network. The design schemes of the hardware and software of the network nodes are presented, and the process of a ZigBee network coordinator is elucidated. The system uses ARM to control the wireless transceiver module for data transmission and reception as well to collect data through an inter-integrated circuit bus. The working-state data of the seeding machine are transmitted to the monitoring platform through the ZigBee network, which can achieve real-time data view. Test results show that the system has the advantages of a simple structure, a flexible node, and low power consumption. The effective monitoring of the agricultural seeding machine in a wireless environment is realized. This system can quickly monitor the agricultural seeding machine while working, and the data center allows reading the data for remote viewing and analysis. This system can also effectively reduce the workload of farmers, improve the efficiency of field sowing, and promote the rapid development of modern agriculture.


Embedded, Remote monitoring of seeding machine, WSN

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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