Dataset quality assessment through camera analysis : Predicting deviations in plant production
Abstract: Different type of images provided by various combinations of cameras have the power to help increase and optimize plant growth. Along with a powerful deep learning model, for the purpose of detecting these stress indicators in RGB images, can significantly increase the harvest yield. The field of AI solutions in agriculture is not vastly explored and this thesis aims to take a first step in helping explore different techniques to detect early plant stress. Within this work, different types and combinations of camera modules will initially be reviewed and evaluated based on the amount of information they provide. Using the chosen cameras, we manually set up datasets and annotations, chose and then trained a suitable and appropriate algorithm to predict deviations from an ideal state in plant production. The algorithm chosen was Faster RCNN, which resulted in having a very high detection accuracy. Along with the main type of cameras, a new particular type of images analysis, named SI-NDVI, is done using a particular combination of the main three cameras and the results show that it is able to detect vegetation and able to predict or show if a plant is stressed or not. An in-depth research is done on all these techniques to create a good quality dataset for the purpose of early stress detection.
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