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Record number 442435
Title Robotics in Protected Cultivation
Author(s) Henten, E. van; Bac, C.W.; Hemming, J.; Edan, Y.
Source In: 4th IFAC Conference on Modelling and Control in Agriculture, Horticulture and Post Harvest Industry, 27-30 August, 2013, Espoo, Finland. - IFAC - ISBN 9783902823441 - p. 170 - 177.
Event 4th IFAC Conference on Modelling and Control in Agriculture, Horticulture and Post Harvest Industry, Espoo, Finlalnd, 2013-08-27/2013-08-30
DOI https://doi.org/10.3182/20130828-2-SF-3019.00070
Department(s) Farm Technology Group
WUR GTB Tuinbouw Technologie
WUR GTB Gewasfysiologie Management en Model
PE&RC
Publication type Contribution in proceedings
Publication year 2013
Abstract This paper reviews robotics for protected cultivation systems. Based on a short description of the greenhouse crop production process, the current state in greenhouse mechanization and the challenges for robotics in protected cultivation are identified. Examples of current greenhouse robotics research are presented. Since the complex working environment constitutes a considerable challenge to robotics, opportunities will be identified to deal with this complexity. Solutions can be found in developing more advanced technology, including multiple sensor approaches, sensor fusion and artificial intelligence concepts and in human-robot collaboration. Alternatively, solutions can be found in modifying the working environment. The paper also pleas for the development of more generic solutions to deal with the small and very scattered markets of robots in protected cultivation.
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