Instead of elaborately programming a solution, neural networks and deep learning algorithms teach an image processing system to see, recognize and verify objects - in this case smoke.
In England, agricultural technology and machinery experts are working with IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH (Obersulm, Germany) to develop a robotic solution to automate lettuce harvesting.
Recognizing organic and multi-variant objects is no easy challenge in machine vision. However, the situation is different when using intelligent cameras such as those of the IDS NXT series.
By placing the camera inside the gripper, the position of the camera is fully controllable. The camera can point its optical axis at the apple, reducing image distortion and eliminating repetitive calibration steps during apple picking.
The LemnaTec system, called Scanalyzer3D, utilizes advanced cameras from Allied Vision to provide researchers with previously unavailable data on plant growth, root development, water absorption and drying, and photosynthesis.
BOWERY FARMING ACQUIRES TRAPTIC, 3D VISION AND ROBOTICS HARVESTING STARTUP, TO ACCELERATE THE COMMERCIALIZATION OF FRUITING AND VINE CROPS
Traptic's 3D vision, robotic arms and artificial intelligence (AI) combined with Bowery's world-class technology deployed in its farms will be used to harvest ripe strawberries.
Ground-breaking technology partnership will significantly improve plant yields and quality in AeroFarms' vertical farms through analytics, AI, drones and wireless networking.
By using a computer vision-controlled system to map terrain and identify the size and location of rocks embedded in the soil, the heavy lifting is done by automated machinery which saves farmers a lot of time and money.
Image processing with cameras and AI enables applications that were previously unthinkable. In agriculture, for example, it supports the optimal application of fertilizers, the visual monitoring of products and growth phases, and the processing of harvested crops.
Anyone who wants to realize applications in which objects with a wide variety of characteristics - such as vegetables or fruit - are to be reliably recognized, cannot afford to ignore image processing with artificial intelligence.
Digitized and automated processes are becoming increasingly important in modern agricultural enterprises. Machine vision methods play a key role here. Among other things, they can be used for a variety of precision farming applications.
Stuttgart-based technet GmbH has developed a system that uses a USB 3 uEye CP industrial camera from IDS to capture the contours and surface parameters of the parasites and determines the curvature energies of individual larvae from these data.
The all-in-one solution IDS NXT ocean includes not only industrial-grade camera hardware with a powerful AI core but also training software for creating individual neural networks.
European software developer 'Cognitive Technologies has developed the world's first industrial agrodroid for international agricultural market.
Multispectral cameras capture spectral signatures much like a thermometer measures the temperature of the human body. Changes in plant reflectance indicate stress, but additional information is required to identify the cause.
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