Cloud computing has becoming beneficial to various users in different fields. Many cloud providers are now providing various services to facilitate the user needs. Storage of measurement data is a very important aspect in various measurement and monitoring applications. This paper discusses the application of cloud computing in sericulture monitoring. In sericulture farms, most important factors in environment that influence the physiology of insects are temperature and humidity. Air temperature and relative humidity determines the growth of silkworm and the quantity and quality of cocoons. Farmers are really needs to take care about the measurement of temperature and relative humidity in silkworm rearing environment. This study focuses on analyzing and implementing cloud computing for sericulture monitoring application. Air temperature and relative humidity are measured and updated to a cloud service provider. From the cloud storage data are viewed through mobile phone, laptop or PC with internet connectivity. Hardware and software development of system are discussed. Typical measurements with the present system are reported.
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