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A Review of Unmanned System Technologies with Its Application to Aquaculture Farm Monitoring and Management

Naomi A. Ubina, Shyi-Chyi Cheng
2022 Drones  
This paper aims to provide an overview of the capabilities of unmanned systems to monitor and manage aquaculture farms that support precision aquaculture using the Internet of Things.  ...  For offshore fish cages, there is a difficulty and risk in the continuous monitoring considering the presence of waves, water currents, and other underwater environmental factors.  ...  It is also essential for farming fish in cages for replenishment of oxygen and removal of organic waste [156] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/drones6010012 fatcat:aik6rkmbffcfvjuzeaeuwefzti

EVOLUTION OF LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS IN E-COMMERCE

Nataliia Ilchenko, Olha Freiuk
2020 Economics & Education  
So, as for now, the question about the study of the evolution of logistics management in e-commerce arises.  ...  The precondition for the active development of logistics through the remote sale of goods was the emergence of electronic money in 1980-1990.  ...  This technology is a modification of QR AR (Automatic Replenishment) Automatic replenishment of stocks -a program of replenishment of insurance stocks, which allows you to maximize sales for each product  ... 
doi:10.30525/2500-946x/2020-1-7 fatcat:aqg4z5z3ijh7ljnumt3xere32e

Machine-to-Machine Communications: Architectures, Standards and Applications

Min Chen
2012 KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems  
Finally, a novel M2M system integrating intelligent road with unmanned vehicle is proposed in the form of CPS, and an example of cyber-transportation systems for improving road safety and efficiency are  ...  As a new business concept, machine-to-machine (M2M) communications are born from original telemetry technology with the intrinsic features of automatic data transmissions and measurement from remote sources  ...  In the process of running, wireless sensor nodes belonging to the unmanned vehicle exchange real-time data with WSNs. This way, the use of dynamic programming achieves a rational trajectory.  ... 
doi:10.3837/tiis.2012.02.002 fatcat:vur2bioyfrc5da5kjlhkukk3xy

Methods and Tools for Designing a Multi-Service Platform for Agricultural Enterprises

Petr Skobelev, Professor, Department of Electronic Systems and Information Security, Samara State Technical University, Samara, Russia., Igor Mayorov, Dmitry Novichkov, Elena Simonova, Ph.D., Chief Engineer, Institute for the Control of Complex Systems of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation, 443020 Samara, Software Developer, Aeropatrol, Ltd., Russian Federation, 443013 Samara, Moskovskoe shosse 17, Business center "Vertical, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Information Systems and Technologies, Samara National Research University, Samara, Russia.
2019 International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology  
and peculiarities of crop production, pests, plant diseases, soil types and their specific features, technological processes (maps) for crop growing, application of fertilizers and plant protection products  ...  Thus, planning is done through continuous interaction of agents within the multi-service platform, using the knowledge base for storing various data on crops, such as conditions of crop growing, characteristics  ...  information for organizing automatic planning of production processes.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijeat.b3267.129219 fatcat:mrqfyceo4betza32b262n5kciq

Deep Learning for Knowledge Extraction from UAV Images1 [chapter]

S. Brezani, R. Hrasko, D. Vanco, J. Vojtas, P. Vojtas
2022 Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications  
Processing with the commercial software we use is time-consuming and requires annotation by humans (each time aerial images are processed).  ...  First, we present a deployed solution for repeated area and volume estimated calculations of wood stock areas from our UAV images in the customer's warehouse.  ...  automotive industry using autonomously controlled UAV (unmanned aerial vehicles) means combined with ICT equipment for real-time processing and evaluation of acquired data according to Industry 4.0.  ... 
doi:10.3233/faia210476 fatcat:ju6rho4vjfbzrkks2cy3qit4se

A Horizon Scan of Global Conservation Issues for 2016

William J. Sutherland, Steven Broad, Jacqueline Caine, Mick Clout, Lynn V. Dicks, Helen Doran, Abigail C. Entwistle, Erica Fleishman, David W. Gibbons, Brandon Keim, Becky LeAnstey, Fiona A. Lickorish (+12 others)
2016 Trends in Ecology & Evolution  
For suggesting issues that in some form are included in this paper, we thank Jeremy Clifford  ...  Acknowledgments This is an exercise of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative and was funded by the UK Natural Environment Research Council and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.  ...  Passive Acoustic Monitoring to Prevent Illegal Activity Passive acoustic monitoring has long been used to monitor wildlife on land and at sea, and now can be used for detecting illegal activities.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tree.2015.11.007 pmid:26688445 fatcat:ngz67jt6bbehdahv4xjlyvfp6e

Methodology Proposal for Storage Rationalization by Implementing Principles of Industry 4.0. in a Technology-Driven Warehouse

Michal Zoubek, Peter Poór, Tomáš Broum, Michal Šimon
2020 Transactions of FAMENA  
Storage of products refers to temporary storage, i.e. storage of products necessary for replenishment of basic stocks, and time-limited storage, the so-called 'overstock'.  ...  The vision of smart logistics is to connect warehousing systems, transport technologies and planning software into one interconnected network that can automatically create and modify logistics processes  ...  The methodology should focus not only on the optimization of stock levels but also on the efficient use of space and processes to store the necessary stocks.  ... 
doi:10.21278/tof.444016220 fatcat:jfst7pf7hbbunm2xueiuoyvu2i

A Review of the Tools Used for Marine Monitoring in the UK: Combining Historic and Contemporary Methods with Modeling and Socioeconomics to Fulfill Legislative Needs and Scientific Ambitions

Tim P. Bean, Naomi Greenwood, Rachel Beckett, Lauren Biermann, John P. Bignell, Jan L. Brant, Gordon H. Copp, Michelle J. Devlin, Stephen Dye, Stephen W. Feist, Liam Fernand, Dean Foden (+22 others)
2017 Frontiers in Marine Science  
We describe the policy and scientific rationale for monitoring our seas, alongside a comprehensive description of the types of equipment and methodology currently used and the technologies that are likely  ...  to be used in the future.  ...  These tools are becoming cheaper and smaller and it is likely they will be used on vessel based, or unmanned platforms for rapid identification of single species, or for large scale studies of biodiversity  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2017.00263 fatcat:mrwub5rtlvhxngses23wkn2ndi

Crop growth, carbon sequestration and soil erosion in an organic vineyard of the Villány Wine District, Southwest Hungary

József Dezső, Dénes Lóczy, Marietta Rezsek, Roman Hüppi, János Werner, László Horváth
2020 Hungarian Geographical Bulletin  
In the laboratory TOC and Ntotal were measured for both the soil and the plant organs as well as for the eroded sediments. Greenhouse gas emissions and photosynthesis were monitored.  ...  A more resilient adaptation to changing climate calls for crop diversification in vineyards, too.  ...  Acknowledgements: Authors are grateful to the European Commission for the grant in the frame of the H2020 Diverfarming project (contract no 728003).  ... 
doi:10.15201/hungeobull.69.3.4 fatcat:f3hxrk2mqzd6rm2lujbz2wa6cy

A new generation of sensors and monitoring tools to support climate-smart forestry practices

Chiara Torresan, Marta Benito Garzón, Michael O'Grady, Thomas Matthew Robson, Gianni Picchi, Pietro Panzacchi, Enrico Tomelleri, Melanie Smith, John D. Marshall, Lisa Wingate, Roberto Tognetti, Lindsey Rustad (+1 others)
2021 Canadian Journal of Forest Research  
The use of in-situ sources of monitoring data as ground-truthed training data for remotely sensed data can boost forest monitoring by increasing the spatial and temporal scale of the monitoring, leading  ...  Analysis of the strategic use of these tools highlights the opportunities for engaging citizens and forest managers in this new generation of forest monitoring.  ...  The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.  ... 
doi:10.1139/cjfr-2020-0295 fatcat:eix5dsm6p5dwnmag3xzyw37x2e

IDENTIFICATION OF THE TYPE OF AGRICULTURE SUITED FOR APPLICATION OF WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS

Ahsan Abdullah, Ahmed Barnawi
2012 Russian Journal of Agricultural and Socio-Economic Sciences  
We identify the type of agriculture most suited for WSN in terms of applications.  ...  Therefore, for the humanity to survive agriculture has to become smart -one way is by integrating Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) in agriculture.  ...  In this context, with the evolution in wireless sensor technologies and miniaturized sensor devices, it is possible to use WSN for automatic environment monitoring and controlling the parameters in a confined  ... 
doi:10.18551/rjoas.2012-12.02 fatcat:vlgsnsfzxncmbi3yiiicozhjdu

International logistics [chapter]

2004 Flight Catering  
The first is cooperation in planning and restocking, a drive for reactive replenishing stocks within the chain.  ...  stocks;  maximum use of production capacity.  ...  for:  automatic transmission of information about the route of given means of transport (continuous monitoring);  locating a vehicle that was stolen, for example;  remote immobilisation of the vehicle  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-7506-6216-1.50015-5 fatcat:fe76dq35i5fdhi3ew2hmpi5mta

Roles of Technology in Improving Perishable Food Supply Chains

Mona Haji, Laoucine Kerbache, Mahaboob Muhammad, Tareq Al-Ansari
2020 Logistics  
The main objectives of this review are to identify the different technological implementations in different phases of the food supply chain processes and point out the key factors for using technologies  ...  For that, food supply chain markets have become more highly developed in the use of modern technologies, and have begun to implement them in their logistical systems to satisfy their customers' needs.  ...  Moreover, the smart labels have been used for monitoring the temperature and quality.  ... 
doi:10.3390/logistics4040033 fatcat:cfmtukfauvhazi7hctyoqmd22e

Conceptual Design and Analysis of Small Power Station for Supporting Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Deployment

Surya Alhadi, Suchada Rianmora, Maroay Phlernjai
2021 Engineering Journal  
surveillance and monitoring applications Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is one of the [6].  ...  automatic battery exchange system for UAVs.  ... 
doi:10.4186/ej.2021.25.8.51 fatcat:nfvq7fxronayja6bw72caf4i6q

Design for effective development and prototyping of the HL-20

DAVID M. URIE, PAUL A. FLORECK, JOHN A. MCMORRIS, JOHN D. ELVIN
1993 Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets  
UNMANNED UNMANNED [OC RECOVERY pig PROCESS Fig.6 PLS risk reduction and progression to operational status.  ...  A problem may be caused, for instance, by using a “program within a program” (e.g., special mathematical enhancements to word-process- ing programs).  ... 
doi:10.2514/3.25569 fatcat:mqzx5iy7kfevtimphslitaokde
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