Research

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An Evening with the LARCS Team

Missed our Lincoln Agri-Robotics Citizen Science event last week?   Watch again to find out how the fruit and vegetables growing in your garden/field can support our robotic research.   Hear researchers explain the importance of images in developing machine learning, sensing and vision systems – supporting the future of agriculture and...

Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research and Industry funded Collaborative Training Partnership

Interested in applying for the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research and Industry funded Collaborative Training Partnership for Fruit Crop Research opportunity at Lincoln? ‘High-throughput robotic phenotyping of fruit traits for automatic strawberry harvesting’ For more details and information visit http://bit.ly/3idkWBl or contact Greg Cielniak gcielniak@lincoln.ac.uk Applications should be submitted...

Black-Grass Detection Project

The Lincoln Institute for food Agri-Technology ‘s Autonomous Black-grass Detection project aims to use deep learning to detect black-grass in cereal crops. Deep learning systems require large training image datasets. So we are collecting a large number of images of black-grass in cereal fields (pedestrian, low-impact image collection). We...

Festive fun – Poinsettia photo collection

Robotics Researchers at the University of Lincoln are hosting a machine learning and computer vision competition to devise intelligent ways to find the “best” poinsettia. We will be looking at the height of the plant, colour of the leaves, and “bushiness” among other attributes. This work will contribute towards...

Can you help our Agricultural Researchers?

Agricultural Researchers at the University of Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology and Lincoln Agri-Robotics Riseholme Campus are asking for your help. They work with robots that are being developed to do tasks like weeding and to do this they need vision systems that allow them to distinguish the difference...