While many crops already are or are becoming mechanized, many valuable crops still are hand-picked. These crops sometimes need new ways to collect precise geospatial harvest data which can then be used to monitor, measure, and optimize what is happening in the field.
Congratulations, IGL-ers: The 2017 IGL project “Virtual Reality, Visual Cliffs, and Movement Disorders” has been selected as the winner of the 2018 IGL Research Award.
The pilot proposal Feasibility of virtual reality and brain-computer interface technology for neurorehabilitation of fall-related anxiety in frail older adults, by M. Hernandez (lead), S. LaValle, R. Sowers, and G. Yershova, has been funded by the Collaborations in Healthy Aging Research and Technology program at UIUC.
Congratulations, Vivek Kaushik (IGL advisee) will be pursuing a summer internship at eBay.
Congratulations; Rachneet Kaur and Karthik Venkata’s poster Internet of Things for Power Consumption has been accepted at the 2018 CSL Student Conference.
R. Sowers invited to University Showcase Fresh TEC Chicago Expo to exhibit on Algorithmic geolocation of harvest in hand-picked agriculture
Algorithmic Geolocation of Harvest in Hand-Picked Agriculture, by Srivastava, Maneykowski, and Sowers, is now online.
Algorithmic Geolocation of Harvest in Hand-Picked Agriculture has been accepted to Natural Resource Modelling.