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A SURVEY ON SECURITY ISSUES IN SENSOR CLOUD ENVIRONMENT FOR AGRICULTURE IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

B. Bhasker, S. Murali.

Abstract
Wireless sensor networks are used in various fields, such as military, healthcare, agriculture, environment monitoring, Monitoring and preparation of critical infrastructure. However, due to some of the restrictions of WSNs on storage, power consumption, communication, computation, scalable, security and privacy; people are looking forward cloud environment with large storage framework for the processing and storing of real time data. The cloud environment is providing large storage space and better services to the people in scalable manner. Sensor-cloud infrastructure is popular, providing an open, flexible and reconfigurable platform for many monitoring and control applications. In this work presenting a sensor-cloud infrastructure for storing data related to agriculture, Infrastructure that shows how to transfer data from WSNs to the cloud. In addition we addressed malicious attacks, issues and challenges in sensor cloud infrastructure. The idea of our proposed work is to collect all the samples for the soil. We choose the most favored plants around the India, then, select three plants, namely rice, sugarcane and wheat. After selecting the plants we collect data related to agriculture irrigation from different types of sensors such as soil moisture, temperature, humidity, and soil PH, CO2 and light sensors. Based on the data collected, our proposed system advice to farmers that usage of pesticides, fertilizers which are most suitable to their lands at the same time, we integrate to improve agriculture productivity in India.

Key words: Agriculture, Security, WSN, Sensor Cloud, SLA, Soil Moisture, Temperature, Humidity, Soil PH, CO2 , Light Sensors, Standardization Issues, Design Issues, Irrigation Management System, Hardware.


 
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B. Bhasker, S. Murali. A SURVEY ON SECURITY ISSUES IN SENSOR CLOUD ENVIRONMENT FOR AGRICULTURE IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. JCR. 2020; 7(4): 796-805. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.04.148


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B. Bhasker, S. Murali. A SURVEY ON SECURITY ISSUES IN SENSOR CLOUD ENVIRONMENT FOR AGRICULTURE IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. JCR. 2020; 7(4): 796-805. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.04.148



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B. Bhasker, S. Murali. A SURVEY ON SECURITY ISSUES IN SENSOR CLOUD ENVIRONMENT FOR AGRICULTURE IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. JCR. (2020), [cited June 01, 2021]; 7(4): 796-805. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.04.148



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B. Bhasker, S. Murali (2020) A SURVEY ON SECURITY ISSUES IN SENSOR CLOUD ENVIRONMENT FOR AGRICULTURE IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. JCR, 7 (4), 796-805. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.04.148



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B. Bhasker, S. Murali. 2020. A SURVEY ON SECURITY ISSUES IN SENSOR CLOUD ENVIRONMENT FOR AGRICULTURE IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (4), 796-805. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.04.148



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B. Bhasker, S. Murali. "A SURVEY ON SECURITY ISSUES IN SENSOR CLOUD ENVIRONMENT FOR AGRICULTURE IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM." Journal of Critical Reviews 7 (2020), 796-805. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.04.148



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B. Bhasker, S. Murali. "A SURVEY ON SECURITY ISSUES IN SENSOR CLOUD ENVIRONMENT FOR AGRICULTURE IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM." Journal of Critical Reviews 7.4 (2020), 796-805. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.04.148



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

B. Bhasker, S. Murali (2020) A SURVEY ON SECURITY ISSUES IN SENSOR CLOUD ENVIRONMENT FOR AGRICULTURE IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (4), 796-805. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.04.148