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Abstract. Confronted with the climate change challenge and the territorial constraints, agriculture has to modernize itself. The use of georeferenced data and remote-sensing imagery is a major step in this direction. This precision mapping of crops requires powerful and accurate acquisition systems, while remaining financially attractive. The development of multispectral sensors and low-cost GNSS makes it possible to consider systems that will be able to map at the plant scale. However, thesedoi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xliii-b3-2022-849-2022 fatcat:2c7texbuovfkhjbslk3lr3zgoe