Farmers would sample their crops by sectioning their land and running sample tests. This method is time-consuming and costly and it also comes with inaccuracies as it would be impossible to cohesively analyze every single plant.
Deana Delp is a lecturer at Arizona State University in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.
Total projects: 6
Design and Programming a Smart Camera for a Drone to Collect and Process Images of Crops to Provide Cost-Effective Plant-Health Analysis
Designing a smart camera system for a drone to collect and process images of crops will provide cost-effective plant-health analysis.
Designing a notification device to locate a misalignment fault on an irrigation system will help the efficiency of agricultural farms.
Studying the decay rate and life cycle of drone batteries will help educate people on how to get the most out of their batteries.