P. Ramchandar Rao,V. Ravi,S. Sanjay Kumar,Ch. Rajendra Prasad,Shyamsunder Merugu,



ESP32,Temperature and Humidity Sensor (DHT11),Gas Sensor,Buzzer,Light Dependent Resistor (LDR),Thing Speak,


The objective of this paper is to monitor and control the environmental conditions for proper food grain repository. We have implemented a monitoring and controlling system that monitors and controls the weather parameters like Temperature, Humidity, Gas and Light intensity. The users can control and monitor the above said parameters of the repository using IOT. These sensor values are sent to the cloud. When these values get exceeded by the threshold values then the user can take an action against the conditions. By using of Thingspeak to retrieve the cloud sensor data is monitored and controlled.


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