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Comprehensive Automation for Specialty Crops

Portrait of Comprehensive Automation for Specialty Crops
Head: Stephen T. Nuske
Contact: Stephen T. Nuske
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Last Project Publication Year: 2012

CASC is a multi-institutional initiative led by Carnegie Mellon Robotics
Institute to comprehensively address the needs of specialty agriculture
focusing on apples and horticultural stock. CASC will develop methods to
improve production efficiency, identify threats from pests and diseases,
and, detect, monitor and respond to food safety hazards. We expect
advances from the integration of robotics technology and plant science. CASC
is funded by the USDA Cooperative State Research, Education & Extension
Service with matching support from industry and the Pennsylvania
Infrastructure Technology Alliance.

Displaying 5 Publications
Results with Autonomous Vehicles Operating in Specialty Crops
Marcel Bergerman, Sanjiv Singh and Bradley Hamner

Conference Paper, 2012 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, May, 2012
Yield Estimation in Vineyards by Visual Grape Detection
Stephen T. Nuske, Supreeth Achar, Terry Bates, Srinivasa G. Narasimhan and Sanjiv Singh

Conference Paper, Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS '11), September, 2011
Accurate GPS-free Positioning of Utility Vehicles for Specialty Agriculture
Jacqueline Libby and George A. Kantor

Conference Paper, 2010 ASABE Annual International Meeting, June, 2010
Automation for Specialty Crops: A Comprehensive Strategy, Current Results, and Future Goals
Sanjiv Singh, Tara Baugher, Marcel Bergerman, Katie Ellis, Benjamin P. Grocholsky, Bradley Hamner, Jay Harper, Gwen-Alyn Hoheisel, Larry Hull, Vincent Jones, George A. Kantor, Brian Kliethermes, Harvey Koselka, Karen Lewis, Jacqueline Libby, William Messner, Henry Ngugi, James Owen, Johnny Park, Clark Seavert, Wenfan Shi and James Teza

Conference Paper, The 4th IFAC International Workshop on Bio-Robotics, Information Technology and Intelligent Control for Bioproduction Systems (2009 IFAC Bio-Robotics IV Workshop), September, 2009
Automation for Specialty Crops: A Comprehensive Strategy, Current Results, and Future Goals
Sanjiv Singh, Marcel Bergerman, Benjamin P. Grocholsky, Bradley Hamner, George A. Kantor, Brian Kliethermes, Jacqueline Libby, William Messner, Wenfan Shi, James Teza, Tara Baugher, Katie Ellis, Jay Harper, Gwen-Alyn Hoheisel, Larry Hull, Vincent Jones, Harvey Koselka, Karen Lewis, Henry Ngugi, James Owen, Johnny Park and Clark Seavert

Conference Paper, 4th IFAC International Workshop on Bio-Robotics,Information Technology,and Intelligent Control for Bioproduction Systems, September, 2009

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