IJSRP, Volume 12, Issue 6, June 2022 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Niroji Thayalan, Jeyarasa Pratheepan, Selvaradnam Thayalan
The Internet of Things or the IoT is the label IT people have now assigned to the worlds billions of Internet-linked devices. Not only can these instruments gather data, they even exchange information. Via wireless networks and cheap processors, many physical artifacts can now be converted into an IoT computer. The competitiveness of farming and agriculture processes must be improved, such that emerging innovations, such as the Internet of Things, boost yield and cost performance (IoT). In particular, by reducing human interaction by automation, IoT will make agriculture and agriculture more effective. This research aims at analyzing IoT applications in the agriculture and agricultural industries that have recently been launched to include an analysis of sensor data collection and innovations and sub-verticals such as water control and seed safety. This research can be used as a benchmark to enhance and expand IoT usage to maximize agricultural output productivity. This research review also presents suggestions for potential research, including scalability of IoT structures, heterogeneity dimensions, the design of the IoT framework, methods for data analysis, agricultural domain, or land size, IoT protection and protocols or solutions for the challenge of IoT, operating infrastructure, data management, cloud platforms, and energy sources.