Sensors and systems for fruit detection and localization: A review

@article{Gongal2015SensorsAS,
  title={Sensors and systems for fruit detection and localization: A review},
  author={A. Gongal and Suraj Amatya and Manoj Karkee and Qian Zhang and Karen Lewis},
  journal={Computers and Electronics in Agriculture},
  year={2015},
  volume={116},
  pages={8-19}
}
We reviewed successes and challenges of sensing systems for fruit detection.We also reviewed the capabilities of sensors used for fruit localization.Challenges included occlusion, clustering and variable lighting condition.We presented future direction including amendment of orchard environment.Sensor fusion and human machine collaboration can also be areas for research. This paper reviews the research and development of machine vision systems for fruit detection and localization for robotic… CONTINUE READING

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