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The Power of Fusing 3D with Multispec

Posted on 9 May 2017 in by Stefan Schwartz
3D assessment of plants became a commonly used technology in plant phenotyping to measure morphological and architectural features of plants. Although, 3D sensors such as PlantEye can be the workhorse for every phenotyping platform, it still lacks the ability to measure changes in color or other spectral information that are an important indicator for the plants physiological status.
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