Atmospheric CO2 concentrations will continue to rise, underlining the need to develop novel breeding lines that are adapted to future atmospheric CO2 concentrations [CO2].
A solar-powered automated robot for sowing and weeding in the field.
For field measurements with custom sensor equipment based on a hydrostatically driven small vehicle.
A mobile robotics platform with modular design and open-source software that can be adapted to different field conditions on a hardware and software basis.
Automated driving, diesel-powered bridge for accurate positioning of field phenotyping sensors.
Automated driving, electric powered bridge for accurate positioning of field phenotyping sensors.
FLOX is an automated field spectroscopy device capable of collecting unattended, continuous, long-term measurements of sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence
High resolution mapping of the shoot and root compartment.
Hyper lab facilitates facilitates the functional understanding of shoot properties by high resolution imaging spectroscopy.
HyPlant is a high-performance airborne imaging spectrometer for vegetation monitoring developed by the Forschungszentrum Jülich in cooperation with SPECIM Spectral Imaging Ltd (Finland).
HyScreen is used for ground-based measurements of hyperspectral reflectance and Sun Induced Fluorescence.
The LIFT provides the opportunity to quantify photosynthetic processes from a distance and can be used as a high-throughput system scanning over crop canopies.
The facility is equipped with an accurate positioning system moving above the plots allowing automatic measurement with various phenotyping sensors.
IBG-2 provides a wide portfolio of instruments to characterize leaf photosynthesis non-invasively.
Specy is a small and simple spectroscopy system that relies on the Ocean Optics STS spectrometer module and Arduino based open source hardware.
Measuring spatial orientation of individual leaves in a natural canopy using a newly developed 3-D stereo process
We operate a fleet of UAVs (drones) equipped with various sensors.