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Real-Time Monitoring Technology of Potato Pests and Diseases in Northern Shaanxi Based on Hyperspectral Data

  • Yong-heng ZhangEmail author
  • Xiao-yan Ai
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering book series (LNICST, volume 279)

Abstract

When using traditional monitoring technology to monitor the disaster area of potato in Northern Shaanxi, there was a problem of insufficient monitoring accuracy. In view of the above problems, a real-time monitoring technology for potato pests and diseases based on hyperspectral data is put forward. Firstly, the geological environment of the monitoring area is briefly introduced. Hyper Spectral Remote Sensing is used to obtain the hyperspectral data of the damaged area of the potato in the study area, and pretreatment is performed to establish a regression model. Finally, the pre-processed hyperspectral data is obtained. Substituting data into the model, the area of potato pests and diseases in the research area is obtained. The results showed that the accuracy of the method was 20.29% higher than that of the traditional potato pest and disease monitoring technology, and the accurate monitoring of the disaster area was realized. It has practicality and superiority.

Keywords

Hyperspectral data Potato Diseases and insect pests Affected area Monitor 

Notes

Fund Project

Agricultural Science Research Plan in Shaanxi Province of China: “Research on key technologies and application of Intelligent Prediction and Forecasting of Potato diseases and pests based on the Internet of Things” (NO. 2016NY141).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Yulin UniversityYulinChina

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