Future focus – robotics and intelligent systems in Australian vegetable production systems
Robotics and intelligent systems are used throughout various agricultural industries to control, monitor and improve farming systems. The development of various systems to aid in increasing the economic performance of farms is prevalent in both Australia and internationally.
Watch this informative and interactive one-hour session to get the latest updates from vegetable industry experts, including leaders from the University of Sydney, Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, and DataFarming.
You can access a copy of the presentation slides below:
- Justin Clarke, ACFR University of Sydney: RIPPA and Ladybird projects; functionality and industry updates (VG15003 and VG15059)
- David Carey, QDAF: Vision systems, sensing and sensor networks in vegetables and outcomes to date
- Tim Neale, DataFarming: Satellites and yield data.
The session was facilitated by Carl Larsen from RMCG and delivered by the National Vegetable Extension Network (VegNET), funded by Hort Innovation using the vegetable research and development levy and funds from the Australian Government.