Autonomous systems for plant protection

Hans W. Griepentrog, Arno Ruckelshausen, Rasmus Nyholm Jørgensen, Ivar Lund

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference-proceedingBidrag til bog/antologiForskning

Resumé

Abstract Advances in automation are demanded by the market mainly as a
response to high labor costs. Robotic outdoor systems are ready to allow not only
economically viable operations but also increased efficiency in agriculture, horticulture and forestry. The aim of this chapter is to give examples of autonomous
operations related to crop protection probably commercially available in the near
future. Scouting and monitoring together with the efficient application of chemicals or mechanical treatments are operations which can be successful automated.
Drawbacks are that current systems are lacking robust and safe behaviors. In general the potential of saving e.g. of herbicides are huge when high precision targeting
based on individual weed plant detections is used.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelPrecision Crop Protection
Antal sider11
ForlagSpringer Science+Business Media
Publikationsdato2010
Udgave1
Sider323-334
Kapitel20
ISBN (Trykt)978-90-481-9276-2
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-90-481-9276-2
StatusUdgivet - 2010

Fingeraftryk

automation
horticulture
plant protection
forestry
labor
herbicides
weeds
agriculture
markets
monitoring

Emneord

  • plantebeskyttelse

Citer dette

Griepentrog, H. W., Ruckelshausen, A., Jørgensen, R. N., & Lund, I. (2010). Autonomous systems for plant protection. I Precision Crop Protection (1 udg., s. 323-334). Springer Science+Business Media.
Griepentrog, Hans W. ; Ruckelshausen, Arno ; Jørgensen, Rasmus Nyholm ; Lund, Ivar. / Autonomous systems for plant protection. Precision Crop Protection. 1. udg. Springer Science+Business Media, 2010. s. 323-334
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