352 Symposium--Applications of UAV-Based Remote Sensing for Assessing Crop Stress

Oral Session
C01 Crop Breeding & Genetics
There has been an explosion of interest in application of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) for remote sensing in crop production and breeding.  This multidisciplinary symposium will explore the current state of research on application of UAV-mounted sensors for remote sensing of crop stress, with particular reference to capabilities and limitations.

Approved for 2.5 CM CEUs.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015: 8:20 AM-11:00 AM
Minneapolis Convention Center, 101 A

Kevin P. Smith and Robert Koch
Robert Koch
8:20 AM
Introductory Remarks
9:05 AM
Application of Unmanned Aerial Systems for High-Throughput Phenotyping in Wheat.
Jesse Poland, Kansas State University; Daljit Singh, Kansas State University; Atena Haghighattalab, Kansas State University; Dale Schinstock, Kansas State University
9:25 AM
Use of Aerial Remote Sensing Platforms for Evaluation of Nitrogen and Water Stress of Irrigated Maize.
Richard B Ferguson, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Brian Krienke, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Bijesh Maharjan, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
9:45 AM
10:40 AM
11:00 AM