Development of a Controller Area Network Based Handheld Data Acquisition System for Identity Preservation

@inproceedings{Darr2003DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a Controller Area Network Based Handheld Data Acquisition System for Identity Preservation},
  author={Matthew J. Darr and Timothy S. Stombaugh and Jason K. Ward and Michael D. Montross},
  year={2003}
}
The development of a diverse, modular and portable system to accurately measure and record field operations is required to effectively bring identity preservation of crops to all farms and farmers. A demonstration system has been built based on a worldwide standard communications protocol and was evaluated for its ability to efficiently measure a variety of field operations and management practices. The CAN Bus 2.0B communication protocol was used to record GPS location data, ground speed… 

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