Palle Divya Vani

Work place: Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapur,515003, India



Research Interests: Embedded System


Dr. K.Raghavendra Rao is working as Principal, College of Engineering and Technology and Senior Professor, Department of Physics, S.K.University, Anantapuramu. He has 35 years of Teaching and 32 years of Research experience. He has published 60 Research papers in various National and International journals. Fifteen (16) research students have been awarded Ph.D. degrees and ten students have been awarded M.Phil.Degrees under his guidance. He is a Life member of various societies like ISOI, IETE, and IEEE etc. He completed three Major Research Projects funded by UGC, CSIR, and BRNS. He developed Multichannel Analyzer for Mossbauer Spectroscopy. The same was developed at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. He visited Rome, Italy and Bali, Indonesia in connection with Paper presentations at IEEE International Conferences. He has Published 50 Research Papers in National and International Journals and presently writing a text book for a “Practical Training on Embedded System Design”, and book Chapters for Elsevier Text book on Big Data. His current interests include Electronic Instrumentation, Embedded System Design and Internet of Things (IoT).

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Implementation of Smart Agriculture using CloudIoT and its Geotagging on Android Platform

By Palle Divya Vani Kanchi Raghavendra Rao

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Mar. 2019

Agriculture is the backbone of several countries like India and most of the economy depends directly or indirectly on agriculture for a living. But these days several crops are significantly low and farmers are difficult to analyze the variations of soil moisture on yield in every day. The solution of the mentioned problem is to place the sensors in the yield and to collect the readings of moisture in every day by implementing the technologies: Internet of Things (IoT), Cloud Computing technology and GSM (Global Service Message) communication. In this paper, explain how these technologies and GSM will help the farmers in areas where there is an acute water problem or where water conservation is essential. The system is used Wi-Fi and GSM-based communications to send the sensor data to Cloud and mobile phones. The hardware is developed using TI’s First Wi-Fi on-chip microcontroller: CC3200 LaunchPad, SIM900A GSM module, soil moisture sensor, motor and mobile phone. The software is developed using Energia IDE. Thing Speak Cloud Computing technology is used in this work for storing the sensor values in. CSV format and also shows the graphical representation of the real-time variation of moisture on mobile using mobile application and Laptop, SIM 900A module is used sent the moisture levels to the farmer’s registered mobile numbers. The system also automatically turns ON/OFF the motor based on the variation of moisture on yields. The whole system is easily implemented on yields and gets the moisture information even in remote areas in the world.

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