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Implementation of thermal imaging for irrigation using ground mobile platform
Year:
2015
Source of publication :
Volcani Voice
Authors :
Rud, Ronit
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Volume :
2 (1)
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From page:
26
To page:
31
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Total pages:
6
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Abstract:

Using ground mobile platform for thermal imaging places two main challenges: integration of the imaging system with the ground mobile platform and automatic extraction of thermal measures from images. During 2013-14 we conducted several imaging campaigns in commercial agricultural plots of crops and orchards from a ground moving platform. Various setups of imaging were tested including several heights, angles and speed. The operating interface of the imaging system was controlled by computer and was upgraded to include semi-automated thermal measures along with corresponding GPS points. This will enable integration of results into an outer database as a part of a spatial decision support system for management zones during the growth season.

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Agricultural engineering
irrigation
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Language:
English
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Last updated date:
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Scientific Publication
Implementation of thermal imaging for irrigation using ground mobile platform
2 (1)
Implementation of thermal imaging for irrigation using ground mobile platform

Using ground mobile platform for thermal imaging places two main challenges: integration of the imaging system with the ground mobile platform and automatic extraction of thermal measures from images. During 2013-14 we conducted several imaging campaigns in commercial agricultural plots of crops and orchards from a ground moving platform. Various setups of imaging were tested including several heights, angles and speed. The operating interface of the imaging system was controlled by computer and was upgraded to include semi-automated thermal measures along with corresponding GPS points. This will enable integration of results into an outer database as a part of a spatial decision support system for management zones during the growth season.

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