KEEN | Spring 2020

Efficient Plant-Health Analysis Through Cost-Effective Image Processing With Broad Applications

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Every farmer’s biggest nightmare is not knowing about the safety and/or nourishment of his/her crops. Traditionally, farmers would sample their crops by sectioning their land and running sample tests to ensure the productivity of their crops. Not only this method is time-consuming and costly, it also comes with inaccuracies as it would be impossible to cohesively analyze every single plant. Although there are tools that can take aerial imaging and analyze the land, these products are often very expensive and out of the budget for an ordinary farmer.

Student researcher

Aurausp, Maneshni

Aurausp Maneshni

Engineering (electrical systems)

Hometown: Tehran, Iran

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