Sidharth Suresh Kumar - Selected for National Volunteers Hackathon 2021

Sidharth is a Final year Btech student at Rajagiri School of Engineering and Technology. When it comes to society, Sidharth would like to see society being more open and flexible when it comes to availability of resources. Most of our working class people are sufferring from scarcity of resources. Our aim as responsible engineers should be to facilitate resources in a simple and cheap manner for the people to utilise them effectively. Sidharth strives forward with such resolves, by volunteering for NGO's.


There may come a time in future where resources required for agriculture may become depleted which will result in scarcity in food production which may ultimately lead to hunger crisis.


With the help of modern technology like IoT, we may monitor the crop and supplement them with the required nutrients for their proper growth in order to acquire maximum yield


This concerns the fact that the future generations may face the above mentioned issues.



We collect data from the field, using multiple sensors, like humidity, temperature, soil moisture, light intensity, pH value, etc.; analyze them and provide required feedback to the user in order for them to implement the necessary measures


  • To create a recommendational system using the data retrieved, which supports the farmer and also solves the global issue of food scarcity.


  • GOAL 2: Zero Hunger

Apply now for National Volunteers Hackathon 2021 and receive $250 along with mentorship to put your ideas into action!

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