Automation of agricultural processes is one way to deal with the expected increase in food demand. We consider here the possibility of introducing a manipulator into a tomato transplanting process. The proposed laboratory setup consisting of a manipulator, a vision subsystem and ROS shows the feasibility of having a partially automated tomato transplanting machine using a manipulator. The box position is estimated based on Aruco library to execute the pick-and-place task.

(2019). Partially Structured Robotic Picking for Automation of Tomato Transplantation . Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/151968

Partially Structured Robotic Picking for Automation of Tomato Transplantation

Yung, I.;Maccarana, Y.;Maroni, G.;Previdi, F.
2019

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Automation of agricultural processes is one way to deal with the expected increase in food demand. We consider here the possibility of introducing a manipulator into a tomato transplanting process. The proposed laboratory setup consisting of a manipulator, a vision subsystem and ROS shows the feasibility of having a partially automated tomato transplanting machine using a manipulator. The box position is estimated based on Aruco library to execute the pick-and-place task.
Yung, I.; Maccarana, Y.; Maroni, G.; Previdi, F.
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