Bastian Siegmann

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Remote sensing data acquired from satellites are a vital information source for precision agriculture to assess current crop conditions. Field measurements of plant parameters, like the leaf area index (LAI), serve as a crucial basis to validate parameter maps derived from satellite images. Traditionally, in-situ LAI measurements are collected manually.(More)
In modern agriculture, the spatially differentiated assessment of the leaf area index (LAI) is of utmost importance to allow an adapted field management. Current hyperspectral satellite systems provide information with a high spectral but only a medium spatial resolution. Due to the limited ground sampling distance (GSD), hyperspectral satellite images are(More)
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