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‘Dionysus’ robot to help winegrowers | Harper Adams University


curated by | June 25, 2013

“Farmers around the world will be able to improve their irrigation efficiency thanks to an autonomous vineyard robot developed at Harper Adams University. ‘Dionysus’ has been created to use thermal imaging sensors to detect moisture levels in grape vines. This data will then be used to inform farmers as to whether irrigation is required.”

See on www.harper-adams.ac.uk

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