A Framework for Cloud Based Tracking System to Monitor Crop Growth and Crop Loss Compensation for Farmers

A Framework for Cloud Based Tracking System to Monitor Crop Growth and Crop Loss Compensation for Farmers


S. N. Tripathy






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Cooperatives Movements, Rural credit, Money lenders, Farmers.


Sheik Mohamed, K. Sudarsan




Recent past, it is observed that, many farmers are facing a lot of issues in maintaining and protecting the crop growth to give good yield, and they get crop loss due to natural disasters, low production, crop unsustainability, over fertilization etc. Sometimes, the farmers are not able to get remedy in the form of compensation from the government for the same, due to improper prediction of crop loss compensation. Further, there is a chance to misuse of government funds which is related to farmers’ compensation funds. In order to eliminate this kind of problem, this system would help policy makers, farmers, government and agriculture departments.


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Crop Status, Compensation, Cloud, IoT.