Design and Construction of Unmanned Ground Vehicles for Sub-Canopy Plant Phenotyping

03/25/2019
by   Adam Stager, et al.
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Unmanned ground vehicles can capture a sub-canopy perspective for plant phenotyping, but their design and construction can be a challenge for scientists unfamiliar with robotics. Here we describe the necessary components and provide guidelines for designing and constructing an autonomous ground robot that can be used for plant phenotyping.

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