Recent & Upcoming Talks

Using robotics, sensing, and automation to improve the throughput of phenotyping

Precision technologies for automated visual and physical sensing in agricultural systems

From Farm to Takeoff: Small Unpiloted Robots for Precision Sensing in Agricultural Systems

Biological and agricultural environments can be dynamic, unstructured, and uncertain, posing challenges for data collection at the necessary spatial and temporal scales to enable meaningful analysis and decision-making. Small robotic systems, often …

Using Small, Unpiloted Robots for Physical and Visual Sensing in Agricultural and Biological Systems

From Farm to Takeoff: Aerial Robots for Visual and Physical Sensing in Agricultural Applications

Analyzing Sensor Data at the Source

Towards Enabling Remote Telemanipulation by Uncrewed Aerial Systems (UAS) in Unknown Environments

Emerging applications indicate that physical interaction and manipulation with remote environments will be increasingly important tasks for small, uncrewed aerial systems (UAS), particularly in applications such as environmental sampling and …

Using Robotics, Sensing, and Automation to Improve the Throughput of Phenotyping

Current and Future Uses for Ground and Aerial Robots in Fruits and Vegetables

From Farm to Takeoff: Small Unmanned Robots for Agricultural and Biological Systems