Djordje Batić Junior Researcher, BioSense Institute A prerequisite for robust field-level agricultural monitoring is accurate and up-to-date information about agricultural units and their characteristics. Precise field boundary extent data enables reliable inference and collection of information related to parcel location, size, shape, etc. The most common source...

Tamara Todić Junior Researcher, BioSense Institute In the fields we often see some undesirable patterns, like weed clusters, planter skip, double plant, standing water or waterway. All of this has a significant effect on the amount and quality of yields, so there exists interest in detecting these...

Milica Brkić Junior Researcher, BioSense Institute Today’s data is more easily generated thanks to numerous smart devices. Gathering data from multiple data sources, combining and exploring it is particularly important in crop yield prediction as many variables (soil properties, weather conditions, land management...

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...

Aristotelis C. Tagarakis Senior Scientist, BioSense Institute   Traditional farming   According to traditional farming, the fields are treated homogenously by applying a flat rate of agrochemicals to the whole field. However, most fields show significant spatial variability, which creates different demands at each location. Therefore, applying a fixed rate...