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Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät - Jahrgang 2016

 

Titel Multitemporal assessment of crop parameters using multisensorial flying platforms
Autor Andreas Burkart
Publikationsform Dissertation
Abstract UAV sensors suitable for precision farming (Sony NEX-5n RGB camera; Canon Powershot modified to infrared sensitivity; MCA6 Tetracam; UAV spectrometer) were compared over differently treated grassland. The high resolution infrared and RGB camera allows spatial analysis of vegetation cover while the UAV spectrometer enables detailed analysis of spectral reflectance at single points. The high spatial and six-band spectral resolution of the MCA6 combines the opportunities of spatial and spectral analysis, but requires huge calibration efforts to acquire reliable data. All investigated systems were able to provide useful information in different distinct research areas of interest in the spatial or spectral domain.
The UAV spectrometer was further used to assess multiangular reflectance patterns of wheat. By flying the UAV in a hemispherical path and directing the spectrometer towards the center of this hemisphere, the system acts like a large goniometer. Other than ground based goniometers, this novel method allows huge diameters without any need for infrastructures on the ground. Our experimental results shows good agreement with models and other goniometers, proving the approach valid.
UAVs are capable of providing airborne data with a high spatial and temporal resolution due to their flexible and easy use. This was demonstrated in a two year survey. A high resolution RGB camera was flown every week over experimental plots of barley. From the RGB imagery a time series of the barley development was created using the color values. From this analysis we could track differences in the growth of multiple seeding densities and identify events of plant development such as ear pushing. These results lead towards promising practical applications that could be used in breeding for the phenotyping of crop varieties or in the scope of precision farming. With the advent of high endurance UAVs such as airships and the development of better light weight sensors, an exciting future for remote sensing from UAV in agriculture is expected.
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