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Development of phenotyping system using low altitude UAV imagery and deep learning

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Title: Development of phenotyping system using low altitude UAV imagery and deep learning
Authors: Lyu, Suxing Browse this author
Noguchi, Noboru Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Ospina, Ricardo Browse this author
Kishima, Yuji Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Keywords: panicle detection
vision-based phenotyping
deep learning
unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)
Issue Date: Jan-2021
Publisher: Chinese Academy of Agricultural Engineering
Journal Title: international journal of agricultural and biological engineerin
Volume: 14
Issue: 1
Start Page: 207
End Page: 215
Publisher DOI: 10.25165/j.ijabe.20211401.6025
Abstract: In this study, a lightweight phenotyping system that combined the advantages of both deep learning-based panicle detection and the photogrammetry based on light consumer-level UAVs was proposed. A two-year experiment was conducted to perform data collection and accuracy validation. A deep learning model, named Mask Region-based Convolutional Neural Network (Mask R-CNN), was trained to detect panicles in complex scenes of paddy fields. A total of 13 857 images were fed into Mask R-CNN, with 80% used for training and 20% used for validation. Scores, precision, recall, Average Precision (AP), and F1-score of the Mask R-CNN, were 82.46%, 80.60%, 79.46%, and 79.66%, respectively. A complete workflow was proposed to preprocess flight trajectories and remove repeated detection and noises. Eventually, the evident changed in rice growth during the heading stage was visualized with geographic distributions, and the total number of panicles was predicted before harvest. The average error of the predicted amounts of panicles was 33.98%. Experimental results showed the feasibility of using the developed system as the high-throughput phenotyping approach.
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