Unsuitable climatic conditions, various natural disasters and instability and unpredictability of the weather significantly complicate cultivation, and sometimes make it even impossible. To ensure the best conditions for cultivation and the highest yields, farmers began to use greenhouses. However, in our hectic lives, people are constantly busy with something and there is no enough time. Long trips, business trips, vacations are also possible. It is becoming increasingly difficult to provide the necessary conditions for plants to grow on their own. That is why the Internet of Things has been so successfully integrated with agriculture that it has led to the emergence of automated or intelligent greenhouses.
The article attempts to analyze the types of greenhouse monitoring and control system, their technical characteristics, principles of operation and basic requirements for these systems. According to the results of the study, the best smart greenhouses have been selected. The main functions of automated greenhouses have been described. Selection criteria have been determined and a comparative analysis of the most popular products available on the market.
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