The quality of seeds has become a growing concern. The phenotypic defects of seeds are one of the criteria for judging the quality. The traditional method of detecting seed defects typically relies on manual inspection, which is inefficient and subjective. Therefore, an objective and automated seed screening method is required.
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Standalone solutions that can take images of seed samples and provide insights regarding the quality of the batch.
Automated screening and seed quality testing using machine learning and computer vision technology.
Colour, texture, size, and shape, are extracted from images of seeds and the defects of the seed can be identified through various classifiers.
Automated technique provides more efficient method for seed sorting compared to being inspected by human labour.
Machine Learning and Computer Vision techniques to create models for Seed Classification with Seed sampling to determine types inclusive of the percentages of distinct categories.
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Blockchain, a decentralized storage locker for real-time data on crop quality, which is utilized by farmers as well as their supply chain partners to increase the quality of products and clarify provenance systems.
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Cloud computing is the perfect way to aggregate data from tools like soil sensors, satellite images, and weather stations which inturn helps farmers make better decisions about managing their crops.
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Over the centuries, as farmers have adopted more technology in their pursuit of greater yields, the belief that 'bigger is better' has come to dominate farming, rendering small-scale operations impractical. But advances in robotics and sensing technologies are threatening to disrupt today's agribusiness model.
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Agriculture is an important source of livelihood in most parts of the world.
It involves tough work but it contributes to food security and health of the nation.
Before the industrial revolution, agriculture was the primary source of economy.
Though commercial options coming up, many rely on agriculture for their income.
Agriculture is a nature-friendly and most peaceful method of livelihood.
It is a very reliable source of livelihood and one of the honest sources of incomes.
People involved in other business or jobs still have agriculture as a side business.
Since the 1950s, we have experienced unprecedented growth including intensive farming, a technological revolution and a massive increase in our power needs putting even greater pressure and strain on the planet's resources. It is not yet clear what our sustainable future will look like but with emerging technologies and the improvement of older cleaner fuel sources, many people now look to a post fossil fuel world - including businesses. We are also far more aware of the plight of the developing world and that facing our planet as we now observe both natural and human-caused disasters and the effects that these can have on the ecosystems and on human population. It's vital that we develop new, cleaner technologies to cope with our energy demands but sustainability is not just about the environment.
With the burst in productivity from industrial automation in the food and agriculture industries, it may be safe to assume significant increases in yield and rate of production, with reduced costs for the manufacturer. We can hope this would translate to reduced prices for consumers and greater access to food for populations internationally.