Digital Johor Agropolitant

Smart Greenhouse

Digitalising Farming

The MIMOS Smart Greenhouse autonomously maintains a perfect microclimate and environment for optimal plant growth. Variables important for crop success, such as temperature, humidity, light and soil moisture, are continuously monitored. It evaluates climatic changes in the environment and takes corrective action to maintain optimal conditions for plant growth.


The greenhouse is equipped with various sensors and actuators that are connected to the MIMOS Smart Control Panel, which is programmed to send data to a cloud-hosted control centre. A dashboard shows the status of various sensors and is accessible via smartphone anytime, anywhere through IoT technology.

System Functions

• An IoT system functions as a basic irrigation system for the greenhouse, where the main processing unit is the main controller which manages and optimises all system input and output.


• Sensors are used in the greenhouse to monitor temperature, humidity and moisture. The data collected are sent to a remote server for analysis. When the threshold value of the moisture data reaches a desired volumetric water content (VWC), pumps and valves will be triggered to initiate automatic irrigation.


• A moisture sensor is used to detect the water level in polybags. Data from various crop field areas are transmitted to the central system, which displays them in graphical form for end-user visualisation.

Smart Aquafarming

Digitally-controlled Aquaculture

MIMOS Smart Aquafarming intends to develop a cost-effective Aquaculture ICT Ecosystem which includes sensors for water-quality monitoring, a triggering mechanism and control system based on IoT solutions.

What is MIMOS Smart Aquafarming?

• Smart Aquafarming is about developing and building a cost-effective monitoring and feedback control system.


• This smart system enables better control of key aquafarming parameter inputs, thus improving the users’ aquaculture practices. Such capabilities allow users to use input materials such as feed more efficiently.


• From an aquaculture perspective, the real-time monitoring of water quality will ensure that users will be able to react immediately should there be any change in water quality that may affect the fish breeding or their livelihoods.