Measuring the Ripeness of Fruit with Hyperspectral Imaging and Deep Learning

by   Leon Amadeus Varga, et al.

We present a system to measure the ripeness of fruit with a hyperspectral camera and a suitable deep neural network architecture. This architecture did outperform competitive baseline models on the prediction of the ripeness state of fruit. For this, we recorded a data set of ripening avocados and kiwis, which we make public. We also describe the process of data collection in a manner that the adaption for other fruit is easy. The trained network is validated empirically, and we investigate the trained features. Furthermore, a technique is introduced to visualize the ripening process.



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