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|Title:||Smart farm: Applying the Use of NodeMCU, IOT, NETPIE and LINE API for a lingzhi mushroom farm in Thailand|
|Abstract:||© 2018 The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers. This research aims to find the best practice of prototyping a smart Lingzhi mushroom farm in Thailand. This research applied the use of NodeMCU with a humidity sensor and IOT platform to measure and monitor the humidity in the Lingzhi mushroom farm. The humidity data proceeds through NETPIE was developed and provided by NECTEC, Thailand as a free service for IOT. The humidity data was stored into a NET FEED (a sub service from NETPIE) and displayed on mobile devices and computers through NET FREEBOARD (another sub service of NETPIE). This technology also automatically controlled the sprinkler, fog pumps, and the functional status (switching on and off periodically) of push notifications through LINE API on the LINE Application. The equipment and tools used in this research were NodeMCU, humidity sensor, RTC (real time clock), relay module, sprinkler and fog pumps. C++ and Node.JS were used for programming. The services and protocol used were NETPIE (Network Platform for internet of everything) with subservices such as NETPIE FEED, NETPIE FREEBOARD, and NETPIE REST API. The LINE API was also included. The results of the research show that using NodeMCU with the humidity sensor and IOT platform demonstrates the best practice of smart farming.|
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