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✨ No. 1. Smart Water Management Platform: IoT-Based Precision Irrigation for Agriculture, by @carloskamienski, @juha_soininen, Markus Taumberger, Ramide Dantas, @AttilioToscano, @TullioSalmon, Rodrigo Filev Maia and @andretnt17 Views: 3189 Retweeted by SWAMP PROJECT

Attilio Toscano 2 weeks ago

@SwampProject article published in @Sensors_MDPI is at 1st position in 2019... more than 3000 views... great!! 🥳🎉@EU_H2020 @EUScienceInnov @jpsoi @carloskamienski… Retweeted by SWAMP PROJECT

SWAMP PROJECT 1 month ago

Architecting and Deploying IoT Smart Applications: A Performance–Oriented Approach New SWAMP paper published!… #IoT #IoTArchitecture #IoTApplications

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@SwampProject meeting at CBEC discussing water distribution optimization policies Retweeted by SWAMP PROJECT

Wanderson Paim 3 months ago

Webinar sobre IoT no Agro, Indústria 4.0 e Saúde. Entenda os desafios da implantação de soluções reais de IoT no Brasil e na Europa.… Retweeted by SWAMP PROJECT

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    The SWAMP project will develop a high-precision smart irrigation system concept for agriculture depicted in Figure 1. The main idea is to enable the optimisations of irrigation, water distribution and consumption based on a holistic analysis that collects information from all aspects of the system including even the natural water cycle and the cumulated knowledge related to growing particular plants. It results to savings to all parties as it detects all the leakages and losses and guarantees better the availability of water in situations where water supply is limited.

    The SWAMP platform will provide mechanisms for data acquisition from heterogeneous sensors, decision making using a variety of different techniques and changing system behaviour by sending commands to actuators. For Water Consumption (W3) the SWAMP platform will provide real time responses for adapting irrigation as the environment conditions changes. On the other hand, as changes in water distribution are performed in a different timescale, the management loop for W2 will be longer. Also, and not less important, is the integration of W2 and W3 management systems, as water usage triggers water distribution.