alexa A dual-spectral camera system for paddy rice seedling row detection
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Advances in Robotics & Automation

Author(s): Kaizu Y, Imou K

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A new method is presented for detecting rows of rice seedlings to facilitate the navigation of rice transplanters. Generally, an independent NIR or RGB camera is used as a vision sensor for agricultural vehicles; however, strong reflections on the water surface make row detection more difficult in flooded paddy fields compared to dry fields. To solve this problem, we developed a dual-spectral camera system that consists of a pair of low-cost monochrome cameras with optical filters. Different wavelength images of the same location can be taken simultaneously in real-time. An experiment conducted under cloudy conditions showed that this system could reduce water surface noise and clearly detect seedling rows. This article was published in Computers and Electronics in Agriculture and referenced in Advances in Robotics & Automation

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