Aiding agronomy research in Iowa (US)

After diligent preparation, 3 dedicated 30MHz colleagues have arrived in Iowa to install the AutoPheno. An innovative 3D image recognition system for crop registration. Iowa State University will expand their research opportunities. Developed with the latest AI models it retrieves data on seedlings, growth and biomass. .

The project commissioned by the university is assembled in the climate chamber. The first test run already yielded success. The rest of the week will be filled with onboarding for the Agronomy research group, test runs and field work. We’re beyond excited to collaborate on this scientific project. What advantages do you see for 3D crop registration in agricultural research? Let us know by contacting Jasper via

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