The use of high-speed imaging systems for applications in precision agriculture

Bilal Hijazi, Thomas Decourselle, Sofija Vulgarakis Minov, David Nuyttens, Fréderic Cointault, Jan Pieters, Jürgen Vangeyte

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    The book "New Technologies - Trends, Innovations and Research" presents contributions made by researchers from the entire world and from some modern fields of technology, serving as a valuable tool for scientists, researchers, graduate students and professionals. Some practical applications in particular areas are presented, offering the capability to solve problems resulted from economic needs and to perform specific functions. The book will make possible for scientists and engineers to get familiar with the ideas from researchers from some modern fields of activity. It will provide interesting examples of practical applications of knowledge, assist in the designing process, as well as bring changes to their research areas. A collection of techniques, that combine scientific resources, is provided to make necessary products with the desired quality criteria. Strong mathematical and scientific concepts were used in the applications. They meet the requirements of utility, usability and safety. Technological applications presented in the book have appropriate functions and they may be exploited with competitive advantages. The book has 17 chapters, covering the following subjects: manufacturing technologies, nanotechnologies, robotics, telecommunications, physics, dental medical technologies, smart homes, speech technologies, agriculture technologies and management.
    Oorspronkelijke taalEngels
    TitelNew Technologies - Trends, Innovations and Research
    EditorsConstantin Volosencu, Teodora Smiljanic
    Aantal pagina’s17
    ISBN van geprinte versie978-953-51-0480-3
    ISBN van elektronische versie978-953-51-0480-3
    PublicatiestatusGepubliceerd - 2012


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