Navaneeth Mallya

Work place: Information Science and Engineering, Canara Engineering College, Mangalore



Research Interests: Analysis of Algorithms, Mathematics of Computing, Theory of Computation, Models of Computation


Navaneeth Mallya is currently pursuing his B.E. degree in Department of Information and Science, Canara Engineering College, Karnataka, India. His area of interest is Internet of Things.

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Fully Automated Hydroponics System for Smart Farming

By Hariram M Shetty Kshama Pai K Navaneeth Mallya Pratheeksha

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Aug. 2021

This project is focused on developing a Fully Automatic Hydroponics system which helps in monitoring and controlling temperature, Humidity, pH and EC in Hydroponics. Hydroponics is a method of growing crops without soil. Plants are grown in rows or on trellises, just like in a traditional garden, but they have their roots in water rather than in dirt. Although, there are different ways in which hydroponics can be implemented, there is no individual system which can measure and control pH and EC level of nutrient solution along with its surrounding temperature and humidity automatically. We use PIC16F877A microcontroller and four pumps, three of which are used to pump water, nutrient solution, pH solution and the fourth pump is used to control the humidity. A fan is used to control the temperature which increases its speed as the temperature increases. The pumps are turned on depending on the EC and pH values obtained from the electrodes. A passive LCD display is used to display variations in the values. Different Analysis like water usage, plant growth in comparison with regular farming method and hydroponics is successfully completed which results in hydroponics system is significant method in comparison with soiled cultivation method in terms of yield and water usage. This project is expected to produce high yield crops by taking minimal space, makes work easier for farmers in growing of plants, and also consumes less amount of water when compared to traditional method resulting in conservation of water.

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