Ever since its emergence, the traditional agriculture has not undergone major changes in Myanmar. It is still based on the premise of uniformity at different levels which include the process of harvesting, management of crops, and pest control. Typically, the farmer begins by inferring the homogeneity of the field from samples located made in representative locations, the data thus obtained are analyzed and averaged according to pre-set variables and their results determine decisions in the implementation of agricultural practices (adaptation the land, planting, plant maintenance and harvest).Instead, precision agriculture, from an intensive and detailed sampling, determines the spatial variability of soil based on performance in each sector of the crop. Such a course of action, with the help of technology, significantly increases the competitiveness of the agricultural sector, by combining the reduction of costs, increase productivity, improve quality and achieve an appropriate environmental management of crops. The farm is a sector where technology has gained a rapid advancement in the last few years, as in past few years different types of industrial greenhouses irrigation have evolved and as the use of mechanical means and systems increasingly evolved fertilization. Intelligent systems in agriculture Smart Farm will determine and analyze the history of exploitation and associated with the production of each resource in real time factors, this system allows quantifying the evolution of crops.
The revolution of the Internet of Things (IoT) has also come to the field of farming. In the last fair CES2013 in Las Vegas, they have already presented some devices that include sensors and are able to tell us when the plant is out of their optimal parameters of care. Some of the essential tools include Wi-Fi Plant Sensor signature known as Koubachi AG. It is a tool that integrates soil moisture sensors, temperature and luminosity, and incorporating a Wi-Fi module to send the plant data to the cloud, the internet. The Wi-Fi Plant Sensor will keep on getting “smarter” as it spends time with the crops, as it learns of the climatic conditions in which it is set and user actions, and adjusts the decisions and instructions based on our behavior.
Another advantage of Internet of Things is its availability in weatherproof version, making it especially useful for the care of large gardens, nurseries, and all kinds of plantations.
It comes equipped with cloud a powerful data analysis engine that interprets the sensor measures the plant is collecting runs. By an application on the iPhone, iPad or directly on the Internet, the system alerts the farmer either by emerging or by email messages and sends precise instructions to treat each plant: the need for irrigation, fertilization need, etc. The application contains an extensive database of all types of plants, not only ornamental, so it adapts to virtually any type of garden or culture.