Sophisticated yield prediction and crop health tools are available for commodity crops, particularly cereals. So far, little is available for salads, vegetables and fruit, although these make up a substantial proportion of the farming economy.

This paper shows how a multispectral imaging system, adapted for use in agriculture, can meet many needs. These include: yield prediction, quality assessment and crop management, not only benefiting the grower, but improving supply chains and reducing both cost and environmental impact.

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Author
Niall Mottram
Head of Product Development, Industrial & Energy

Niall leads business development in our Industrial & Energy group, focusing on identifying new opportunities for ambitious companies through the leverage of emerging technologies and implementation of new business processes.