2015 International Conference on Intelligent Environments 2015
DOI: 10.1109/ie.2015.29
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Abstract: The use of drones in agriculture is becoming more and more popular. The paper presents a novel approach to dis- tinguish between different field’s plowing techniques by means of an RGB-D sensor. The presented system can be easily integrated in commercially available Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). In order to successfully classify the plowing techniques, two different measurement algorithms have been developed. Experimental tests show that the proposed methodology is able to provide a good classification of t… Show more

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“…Hence, a higher degree of information can be obtained because the higher flexibility allows for an extended range of measurement days. Furthermore, UAVs offer time-saving and cheaper image recording, enable flexible and immediate image processing and give a survey of the health of farm systems [4]. In addition to the time-saving and cheaper image processing, the flexible handling options for aim-oriented use, e.g., variable flight height and better image resolution [5,6], UAVs represent new opportunities in the agricultural sciences, especially in precision farming and precision phenotyping.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Hence, a higher degree of information can be obtained because the higher flexibility allows for an extended range of measurement days. Furthermore, UAVs offer time-saving and cheaper image recording, enable flexible and immediate image processing and give a survey of the health of farm systems [4]. In addition to the time-saving and cheaper image processing, the flexible handling options for aim-oriented use, e.g., variable flight height and better image resolution [5,6], UAVs represent new opportunities in the agricultural sciences, especially in precision farming and precision phenotyping.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As result of developments in drone technology, the use of these tools for agricultural purposes has become widespread and it has become possible for farmers to access the images they need instantly or by remote control of activities such as pesticide applications at low cost (Malveaux et al 2014;Tripicchio et al). Drones that specially developed for agricultural applications, has sensitive sensors and imaging systems to detect pests and plant diseases (Doyle, van der Wal et al2015).…”
Section: Internet Of Things and Drones In Agriculturementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Information about parasite infestations, humidity and temperature can be effectively used to improve and automate farming processes. In this kind of IoT context, the keywords are Precision Farming and Smart Agriculture, Farming Drones, Ecological prediction models, and many more.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%