2018: 150th Anniversary of the Foundation of Agricultural University in Debrecen

Portable snapshot spectral imaging for agriculture

Published September 5, 2018
András Jung
Szent István University, Faculty of Horticulture Science, Technical Department, Budapest, Hungary
René Michels
Cubert GmbH, Ulm, Germany
Rainer Graser
Cubert GmbH, Ulm, Germany


Jung, A., Michels, R., & Graser, R. (2018). Portable snapshot spectral imaging for agriculture. Acta Agraria Debreceniensis, (150), 221–225. https://doi.org/10.34101/actaagrar/150/1718

High-resolution proximal and remote sensing applications can consolidate sustainable, prevention- and precision-oriented crop management strategies to decrease production risks. This paper shows significant perspectives, own developments and technical aspects of high resolution remote sensing in the context of field applications. Moreover, we provide an overview of snapshot hyperspectral imaging and potential field video sensors to identify areas of interest for their future development. One of the main conclusions of our paper is that non-scanning snapshot hyperspectral imaging technology may enable researchers to overcome the gap in the “point to image” transition of field sensing, while providing a flexible solution for regular variable-rate applications.


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