• Vinay Singh, Srijan Jaiswal , Aman Saini , Tanuj Kuma UG student, Dept. Information Technology, KIET Group of Institutions, Delhi NCR, Ghaziabad, India
  • Prof. Priya Singh Professor, Dept. of Information Technology, KIET Group of Institution, Delhi NCR, Ghaziabad, India


Internet of Things (IOT), Arduino, Temperature sensor, Humidity sensor, soil moisture sensor, ultrasonic sensor, water pump, Rely, web application


This paper introduces a project that aims to improve the efficiency and sustainability of agriculture by developing a plant monitoring system that utilizes the Internet of Things (IoT) technology. The system monitors the field area's parameters such as temperature, humidity, and moisture level using Node MCU and various sensors, including temperature, moisture, and humidity sensors, to gather data on various aspects of the plant. The collected data is used to provide valuable insights into the plant's health and optimize its growth and development. The project is designed to be scalable, making it adaptable to various types of plants and environments, and it can be integrated with other IoT-enabled devices to create a more comprehensive monitoring and control system. The system can detect and alert the user to any issues that may arise, such as over-watering or exposure to extreme temperatures. The project is expected to make significant contributions to the field of IoT-based agriculture and improve the way plants are grown and maintained. It offers an innovative solution for plant monitoring and maintenance that has the potential to benefit farmers, gardeners, and individuals who have plants in hard-to-reach or inaccessible locations, as well as those who are new to gardening or looking to optimize their cultivation efforts.