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PLANT CYBORG HYBRID

 

INNOVATION

 

  • Plant Cyborg Hybrid implements technology and agriculture.
  • Use Arduino Uno to handle motor, infrared sensor (IR) and light dependent resistor (LDR).
  • Prevent from any obstacles and will move toward the highest intensity of light (Candela/ CD) which detected by light dependent resistor (LDR).
  • Help the plant to get enough light in photosynthesis.
  • Able to help the consumer who have limited space to practice agriculture activity: Urban Farming
  • Suitable for planting indoor plant in limited space.

 

 

 

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

 

The selection to build this product is because of majority of the population have difficulty in practicing agriculture activity indoor place. The production of the product focuses on  who are staying in urban area especially in apartment and flat that have limited space to practice agriculture activity. Tools and materials that have been used to produce this product are Arduino Uno, motor, wire, battery, light dependent resistor (LDR), infrared sensor (IR), jar, heat shrink and wheel. Method that has been used is coding which used Arduino software to send signal to make sure it functions well.

 

 

>> Download full information

https://sciencepark.upm.edu.my/upload/dokumen/20200414171110Plant_Cyborg_Hybrid.pdf

 

Project Leader  : Dr Muhd Khaizer Bin Omar

Dept./Faculty    : Faculty of Educational Studies

Email                     : khaizer@upm.edu.my

Expertise             : Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET)

 

 

Please contact us for more details/further discussion on commercialisation /technology transfer ;

               

Asrizam Esam                    | Tel: 603-9769 1294 |   asrizam@upm.edu.my         

Nor Azizah Ismail              | Tel: 603-9769 2187 |    i_norazizah@upm.edu.my  

Updated:: 14/08/2020 [asrizam]

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