I. Sa: Aerial and ground visual perception in agricultural projects: Flourish and Fruit detection system

Bio Information

Inkyu Sa is a research scientist with the Robotics and Autonomous Systems Group at the Queensland Centre for Advanced Technologies (QCAT), Pullenvale, QLD. Before joining CSIRO, he was a senior researcher at Autonomous Systems Lab., ETH, Switzerland, since 2016. He was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia, since 2015 and obtained his Ph.D. degree in 2014 from the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at QUT. He received Bachelor (2002) and Master (2006) degrees from Sung Kyun Kwan University, South Korea and worked at Samsung as a software engineer (2006-2009).

His research interests lie in agricultural and field robotics, specifically site-specific weed management (SSWM) using unmanned aerial vehicles, multi-spectral sensors and deep learning technologies.

Presentation Abstract

In this talk, I would like to introduce two agricultural projects; Flourish (2016-2018) and Fruit detection (2014-2019) and to have time to discuss the role of visual perception and technical and scientific challenges that arise in the deployment of these projects in the context of agricultural practices and, more specifically, in precision agriculture.


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