Videos of online seminar on field phenotyping seminar by INRAE and WUR
7 December 2020
On 27th of November 2020 we have held an online seminar on Field Phenotyping organised by Fred Baret (INRAE) and Rick van de Zedde (WUR – NPEC). The aim of the workshop was to get to know each other better and explore collaboration.
4 WUR speakers/4 INRA speakers were invited to share their work in a 15-20 minutes presentation on a range of topics:
- Plant performance data collected with field vehicles and drones
- Implementing AI-techniques on multi- & hyperspectral data & 3D LIDAR data
- Development of data management tools and platforms
09.00 Welcome and introduction
09.05 Gerrit Polder (WUR) Deep learning and hyperspectral imaging technologies team up for diseased potato identification
09.30 Fred Baret (INRA) Phenomobile V2 observations: description and recent experience.
09.55 Lammert Kooistra (WUR) UAV based phenotyping opportunities: examples from hyperspectral and Lidar systems
10.20 Marie Weiss (INRA) Traits derived from the multispectral camera aboard UAV.
10.45 Short break
10.55 Pieter Blok (WUR) Disease and pest detection in orchards and vineyards using smart cameras and deep learning
video will be shared after publications
11.20 Raul Lopez / Maxime Soma (INRA) Canopy height and voxelization of the 3D point cloud from LiDAR and ALA and LAD estimates
11.45 Rick van de Zedde (WUR) Current status of the NPEC Open Field module – Field Explorer and UAVs
12.10 Marie Weiss/ Anne Tireau/ Vincent Negre (INRA) The 4P platform and connection with PHIS
12.35 End of session
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