Samayara Saurabhi

Samayara Saurabhi

A Rover to Prepare Soil for Agriculture

Samayara Saurabhi Reference Number: 20JH1945785 D.O.B: 11.09.2006 Class: IX (Present) State: Jharkhand District: Bokaro School Name: Pitts Modern School, Gomia Father Name: Arjun Kumar Address: 2/C DVC Colony,BTPS Bokaro Thermal Jharkhand Email id (School): [email protected] Email id (Student, : [email protected] Title A Rover to Prepare Soil for Agriculture_ Unique/Innovative Feature of the Project: It comes with all of the necessary tools for a farmer to complete this task. As a result of this, the rover's time consumption will be lowered, resulting in more efficient farming. A renewable, clean source of energy is used using solar panels mounted to the rover. The project is unique in that it includes an Arduino microcontroller and a Bluetooth module, allowing it to be accessed via an Android phone app. The user only needs to issue commands, which cuts down on the amount of time and manual labor required in previous processes. How did this idea strike you first? In my school textbooks, I studied about the combined harvester, a machine which harvests vast amounts of crops. So I was perplexed as to why there wasn't one for soil preparation to begin with. I was drawn to make this project after understanding more about the tools required and how time demanding the process was. And it was during lockdown that I learned how technology can help society develop and handle problems more effectively, which inspired me to employ Android phones to control the movement of my project and its equipment. Tell me something about yourself (Interest, Hobbies, extracurricular activities. if any): Reading novels and journaling about my thoughts on them are two of my hobbies that I enjoy the most. I recently finished reading Paulo Coelho's work "The Alchemist," in which he describes how life provides you with numerous opportunities to be happy. Aside from that, I like to write short paragraphs, watch visual poetry, a

State : Jharkhand

Gender : Female

Sector : Agriculture & Forestry

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