D. Pavlic: In-field plant phenotyping using aerial image based point clouds


Bio Information

Diana Pavlic (ex Becirevic) finished studies at the Faculty of Geodesy at the University of Zagreb in Croatia. Currently, she is a PhD student at the IGG Institute at the University of Bonn in the Geodesy Group by Prof. Kuhlmann. Her current topic of research is ” In-field plant phenotyping using aerial image based point clouds”.


Presentation Abstract

With this research we investigate the capability of UAV images for efficient and reliable crop high-throughput field-based phenotyping. Our main focus is extraction of geometry related group of crop parameters, i.e. 3D crop structure, crop height and variability, ground cover, ears counting, leaf inclination angle or leaf area index (LAI). Starting point for parameters extraction are high resolution multitemporal and georeferenced image based point clouds.

In our research we observe different crops in multitemporal manner evaluating parameters extraction pipelines in different plant stages. Here the main focus is the multitemporal crop height estimation using aerial image based point clouds.


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