Dragana Blagojević Research Trainee, BioSense Institute Since the early 1990s information technologies have become a crucial tool for precision farming. One of the most widespread techniques in agriculture is yield monitoring and mapping. It uses a combination of GPS technology and physical sensors to track crop yields,...

Miloš Pandžić Junior researcher, Institute BioSense Remote Sensing (FR - télédétection; DE – Fernerkundung; SR – daljinska detekcija) is a technique of collecting the information about an object of interest or some phenomenon without a direct contact with it. It dates back with the invention of photography...

As the world populations continues to grow we need innovative ways to feed more people sustainably. That means leveraging intelligence in the agriculture to make operations smarter and more efficient. At the centre of the smart agriculture expansion are agricultural robots, among which, unmanned aerial...

Debora Santo Research Assistant, BioSense Institute   During the Origin of Agriculture or the Neolithic Revolution (around 10.000-30.000 years ago), humans have grown into a tight relationship with the plants they grew for food. Forming settlements that relied increasingly more on stable plant-based food sources has shown to...

Dejan Pavlović Junior Researcher, BioSense Institute   Mastitis is the inflammation of the mammary gland and udder tissue and it represents the most common disease in dairy cattle. It is also the most expensive disease to the dairy industry. Mastitis is caused by udder infections, usually resulting from...