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Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System for Remote Sensing Applications in Agriculture and Aquaculture. Dr. Randy. R. Price, Goutam . J. Nistala, Dr. Steven G. Hall Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering Louisiana State University, AgCenter. LSU BAE. Route programmed into the GPS.
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Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System for Remote Sensing Applications
in Agriculture and Aquaculture
Dr. Randy. R. Price, Goutam . J. Nistala, Dr. Steven G. Hall
Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Louisiana State University, AgCenter
Route programmed into the GPS
The UAV’s that have been used
Remote Sensing in Agriculture and Aquaculture
from a distance.
use of satellite-borne instruments to determine
the location and amount of resources on the
surface of the Earth.
aquacultural products is important.
inputs, weather, irrigation conditions, quality of pesticides and several other factors.
result in redundant application of resources.
sources used to obtain RS images.
Actual track of the UAV flight
Control System Types
Use of FMA-Copilot
obtain and use the data .
imagery obtained may not be sufficient for
weather conditions like clouds or rain.
required .The data can be obtained only at
regular intervals .
Automated Flight Control
Calculation of NDVI
Index (NDVI,) is a calculation, based on
several spectral bands, of the photosynthetic
output in a pixel in an image.
in an area.
absorb radiation in the visible region of the
spectrum (Photo synthetically.
radiation in the Near Infrared region.
calculate NDVI values of the entire field .
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based on the weather conditions and
preferences of the farmer.
immediately after the flight.