Workshop "Application of digital transformation solutions to improve productivity and product quality in aquaculture in Ninh Thuan province"
The event drew the participation of Deputy Director of Ninh Thuan provincial Department of Science and Technology Nguyen Tan Quang; Head of Scientific Management Department Vo Quang Lam; Assoc. Prof Dr. Nguyen Long Giang, Vice President of the Institute of Information Technology and Chairman of the Scientific Council of the Institute of Information Technology; Dr. Pham Ngoc Minh, Head of Automatic Control and Embedded System Department; MSc. Vuong Huy Hoang and MSc. Vu Tien Sinh, researchers and other relevant members.
Photo on the workshop
Currently, aquaculture in the Mekong Delta provinces is taking place quite vibrantly and achieving many important results. In addition to the achievements, the environment is facing many diseases, which are mainly caused by the unsatisfactory water quality. Therefore, a group of scientists from the Institute of Information Technology proposed a solution to apply IoT technology to automatically monitor aquaculture water quality parameters, monitor large-area farming areas with wireless sensor networks, server infrastructure, software and internet to store, analyze and warn of early changes in the environment, in order to reduce risks and improve the efficiency of farming areas.
At the workshop, experts from the Institute of Information Technology introduced "The shrimp farming water quality monitoring system for sustainable high-tech agricultural development in Ninh Thuan province based on the Internet of Things. (IoT) and cloud computing, which is a research result of a collaborative project of ministries, branches and localities at VAST, code UDNGDP.01/20-21. The system has a flexible structure, many options which suit conditions and application capabilities. The system is capable of automatically and continuously monitoring the main parameters affecting the environment of shrimp farming in particular and aquaculture water in general (temperature, salinity, pH, dissolved oxygen, ORP) in order to help farmers actively monitor and detect many sources of adverse impacts on the pond environment, and at the same time, help management agencies to easily assess the impact of aquaculture activities on the surrounding environment.
Water quality monitoring equipment
Terrestrial collection device
Web based interface of the data collection and processing software on the server
Through the workshop, businesses, units and individuals will be provided with information on technology solutions, digital transformation of the Institute of Information Technology to apply in production and business practice to improve productivity and quality, creating more competitiveness of seafood products in the market.
More information of the workshop: https://youtu.be/j3dm--g2vJc
Translated by Tuyet Nhung
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