Smart and efficient IoT-based quality tracking system for perishables - pertaining to Indian conditions
by Ikram Shah; Sriharsha Patallapalli; Shriram K. Vasudevan
International Journal of Advanced Intelligence Paradigms (IJAIP), Vol. 26, No. 3/4, 2023

Abstract: In most countries, vegetables, fruits, or any edible material (could be a raw material as well) is cultivated in one place and circulated to all the other places in the country through various modes of transport. For example, most of the vegetables are from Coimbatore and other parts of Tamilnadu are cultivated and circulated from Ooty through truck, lorries and other modes of transports. It is eventually understandable that, the transports of vegetables happen from one place to another and the same gets distributed to further interior places. In the process, the order in which the vegetables are stacked in the order in which the vegetables are stacked out. The first placed vegetable basket is the last one to go out; by the time it goes out, it could have already been spoiled and could be unusable. Also, there could be some vegetables that could withstand much more time inside the transport vehicle. Our innovation is aimed at identifying the vegetable basket that is most likely to be spoiled and delivering it earlier in order to reduce the chance that it arrives spoiled.

Online publication date: Tue, 09-Jan-2024

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