Towards Future Smart Plant Sensing System
This project is about continuing the work of the previous research: Wireless Sustainable Sensor Node (WiSSeN)
Towards highly integrated and self-sustained plant's health sensing system to enable precision farming.
- Improve the modular wireless sensor open platform (Free License) developed in the predecessor of this project.
- Extend the previous feasibility study and develop prototype of non-destructive plant’s health sensing during respiration and photosynthesis.
- Feasibility study and prototyping of low-cost air flow sensors.
- Develop a concept design for data collection in the cloud to use AI (deep learning, machine learning) algorithms to gain more insight about plant’s health from the collected data.
Qin Zhou, Harold Benten, Lybomir Ivanov, Jeedella S.Y. Jeedella, Jan Jacobs (research group Agro-Mechatronics), Paul Kengen (Quantified Air), Teus Hagen (Behoud van de Parel), Marc Kreuger (Seven Steps to Heaven), Stef Janssen (Ebben), Peter Korsten (Botany).
February 2020 till July 2020
Research group Distributed Sensor Systems
- 08850 78148
Botany, Ebben, Seven Steps to Heaven, Quantified Air & Behoud van de Parel