Jæger, Claes Lund Dühring1; Griepentrog, H. W.3; Paraforos, D. S.3
1 Department of Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark2 Automation and Control, Department of Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark3 University of Hohenheim
Today research within agricultural technology focuses beside productivity and operation costs mainly on increasing the resource efficiency of crop production. Autonomous machines have the potential to significantly contribute to this by utilizing more multi-factorial real-time sensing and embedding artificial intelligence. A multilayer controller has successfully been implemented on two outdoor machines with various implements to conduct several agricultural applications in autonomous mode. Future work has to be conducted to achieve a more integrated and flexible implement control.
Kuenstliche Intelligenz, 2013, Vol 27, Issue 4, p. 325-333
Autonomous field operations; Controller software framework; Autonomous weed control