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Basic studies on robot to work in vineyard (Part 2). Discriminating, position detecting and harvesting experiments by using visual sensor


, : Basic studies on robot to work in vineyard (Part 2). Discriminating, position detecting and harvesting experiments by using visual sensor. Journal of the Japanese Society of Agricultural Machinery 56(1): 45-53

Experiments were conducted using spectral reflectance, colour filters and CCD cameras to distinguish between parts of grapevines and to locate bunches of grapes.

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