Improving field management by machine vision - a review


  • Saeedeh Taghadomi-Saberi
  • Abbas Hemmat


Precision agriculture, Field management, Image processing, Variable rate


Growing population of people around the world and thus increasing demand to food products as well as high tendency for declining the cost of operations and environmental preserving cares intensify inclination toward the application of variable rate systems for agricultural treatments, in which machine vision as a powerful appliance has been paid vast attention by agricultural researchers and farmers as this technology consumers. Various applications have introduced for machine vision in different fields of agricultural and food industry till now that confirms the high potential of this approach for inspection of different parameters affecting productivity. Computer vision has been utilized for quantification of factors affecting crop growth in field; such as, weed, irrigation, soil quality, plant nutrients and fertilizers in several cases. This paper presents some of these successful applications in addition to representing an introduction to machine vision.

Author Biography

Saeedeh Taghadomi-Saberi

Department of Farm Machinery, PhD student






III-Equipment Engineering for Plant Production