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Sochen, N.

The increasing global water deficit and the constant demand for yield improvement require higher imaging resolution of irrigation management zones (IMZs). Infrared radiometric remote sensing is efficient for IMZ delineation. To provide high spatial resolution, radiometric remote sensing is conducted from a relatively low altitude, raising two constraints: the radiometric camera's price, and the lower altitude that forces lower coverage in a given time. This work presents progress in using methods associated with computational optics to stabilize low-cost thermal cameras and improve the resolution of radiometric cameras. Performance results are promising. © Wageningen Academic Publishers 2019

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Using computational optics for agricultural monitoring with an emphasis on irrigation management zones

Sochen, N.

Using computational optics for agricultural monitoring with an emphasis on irrigation management zones

The increasing global water deficit and the constant demand for yield improvement require higher imaging resolution of irrigation management zones (IMZs). Infrared radiometric remote sensing is efficient for IMZ delineation. To provide high spatial resolution, radiometric remote sensing is conducted from a relatively low altitude, raising two constraints: the radiometric camera's price, and the lower altitude that forces lower coverage in a given time. This work presents progress in using methods associated with computational optics to stabilize low-cost thermal cameras and improve the resolution of radiometric cameras. Performance results are promising. © Wageningen Academic Publishers 2019

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