Harvester cum Destroyer Robot using Fire Bird V RobotJournal: International Journal for Scientific Research and Development | IJSRD (Vol.3, No. 11)
Publication Date: 2016-02-01
Authors : Rm.Nachammai; G.Lavanya; N.Mrujool Kansara; R.Gopalakrishnan;
Page : 708-711
Keywords : Fire Bird; Gripper; IR Sensor; Camera Module;
Robotics and automation plays a vital role in the society meeting 2050 agricultural production needs. Robots have played a fundamental role in increasing the efficiency and reducing the cost of industrial production and products. More recently, farmers have started to experiment with autonomous systems that automate such as digging, planting, harvesting, spraying, and weed removal. Many gardeners still remove weeds by manually pulling them out of the ground, making sure to include the roots that would otherwise allow them to re-sprout. Similarly traditional harvesting methods accounted for more of hard work to be put by the farmer. In order to overcome, we are going to a see a harvester and destroyer robot which is used to harvest the ripened crops and remove the unwanted weeds in the field. By using this robot we could be aware that when the crops are in the right stage for harvesting or not. This could be done by using the IR sensors that are used to find the height of the crops by image processing technique.
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