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Ultrasonic Remote Sensing for Precision Agriculture
Proceedings of the ICA congress
Precision Agriculture makes use of quantitative measurements as input to sophisticated farm management software. For management of grazing animals, such as dairy cows, a key input is pasture biomass, so that pasture is not over-grazed nor have too much or too little application of fertilizer. Aside from destructively cutting, drying, and weighing the pasture, current measurement methods are slow and/or unreliable. We describe a new ultrasonic sensor which is compact and low-power, and whichdoi:10.18154/rwth-conv-239924 fatcat:qvd27kwbdfeklovtxvhdo4tv2q