Wine & Viticulture Journal Issue 3, 2017
Title: Real time detection of extreme weather events in vineyards
Keywords: 3D, accurate, Acquisition, aerial, Air, Airflow, Altitude, Atmosphere, Atmospheric, Australia, Australian, Barton, Boulder, Bud, Bureau, camera, Centre, Challenge, Changes, Climate, Clock, Colorado, Colour, computed, Conditions, Cost, Council, damage, Data, detection, Development, direction, Diseases, Distribution, drone, Duration, Effective, Estates, Events, experiment, Fans, forecast, Frost, Fruit, fund, Global, Grape, Grapevine, ground, Heat, hot, Images, imaging, immediate, Impact, Information, Infrared, Institute, investigating, Keith, laser, Leaves, LIDAR, Light, location, magnetic, Meteorology, microphone, Movement, national, patterns, Pernod, Pests, Phenology, Plants, Positioning, Production, Profiles, project, Protection, Quality, quantity, Radiation, ranging, rays, Real, Region, Regional, Research, Researchers, resonance, Results, Ricard, Ross, SARDI, Scale, Scanning, sensor, Sir, Smith, snapshots, SODAR, Soil, Sound, South, Speed, spots, System, Systems, Technological, technologies, Temperature, Textron, Thermal, thermography, Time, tomography, Topography, Treasury, UAV, University, unmanned, US, Vale, Variety, vehicles, Velocity, Vine, Vineyard, visualise, Volume, Weather, When, Where, Wind, Wine, Winemaker, Yield
Page Number(s): 31-34
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