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Machine vision evolved considerably in the last decade. The positive price evolution and robustness of the cameras combined with the high accuracy have led to their widespread use in different agricultural sectors. Our consortium presented different image based methods to measure the speed and direction of fertiliser grains. Currently, a first attempt to extract 3D-information with an image acquisition system based on stereoscopy is presented. The system uses previously developed and tested 2-D techniques. Depending on the imposed vertical angle, the first stereovision system showed an average error between 0,1% and 2,2% for measuring distance and height difference between grains. The second set-up showed promising results when comparing the measured values to the imposed velocity. Preliminary tests indicated that the designed stereovision system is capable of performing high speed 3D measurements on grains. More tests and research are necessary to further develop this first approach to a useful tool for spreading.
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stereovision, centrifugal spreaders

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Hijazi, Bilal, Frédéric Cointault, Jürgen Vangeyte, Julien Dubois, Michel Paindavoine, and Jan Pieters. 2010. “A 3-D Stereovision System for Fertilizer Granule Characterization.” In International Conference of Agricultural Engineering (AgEng - 2010), Abstracts. Montpellier, France: Cemagref.
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Hijazi, B., Cointault, F., Vangeyte, J., Dubois, J., Paindavoine, M., & Pieters, J. (2010). A 3-D stereovision system for fertilizer granule characterization. International conference of agricultural engineering (AgEng - 2010), Abstracts. Presented at the International Conference on Agricultural Engineering (AgEng - 2010), Montpellier, France: Cemagref.
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Hijazi B, Cointault F, Vangeyte J, Dubois J, Paindavoine M, Pieters J. A 3-D stereovision system for fertilizer granule characterization. International conference of agricultural engineering (AgEng - 2010), Abstracts. Montpellier, France: Cemagref; 2010.
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Hijazi, Bilal, Frédéric Cointault, Jürgen Vangeyte, et al. “A 3-D Stereovision System for Fertilizer Granule Characterization.” International Conference of Agricultural Engineering (AgEng - 2010), Abstracts. Montpellier, France: Cemagref, 2010. Print.
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  abstract     = {Machine vision evolved considerably in the last decade. The positive price evolution and robustness of the cameras combined with the high accuracy have led to their widespread use in different agricultural sectors. Our consortium presented different image based methods to measure the speed and direction of fertiliser grains. Currently, a first attempt to extract 3D-information with an image acquisition system based on stereoscopy is presented. The system uses previously developed and tested 2-D techniques. Depending on the imposed vertical angle, the first stereovision system showed an average error between 0,1\% and 2,2\% for measuring distance and height difference between grains. The second set-up showed promising results when comparing the measured values to the imposed velocity. Preliminary tests indicated that the designed stereovision system is capable of performing high speed 3D measurements on grains. More tests and research are necessary to further develop this first approach to a useful tool for spreading.},
  author       = {Hijazi, Bilal and Cointault, Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric and Vangeyte, J{\"u}rgen and Dubois, Julien and Paindavoine, Michel and Pieters, Jan},
  booktitle    = {International conference of agricultural engineering (AgEng - 2010), Abstracts},
  keyword      = {stereovision,centrifugal spreaders},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Clermont-Ferrand, France},
  pages        = {5},
  publisher    = {Cemagref},
  title        = {A 3-D stereovision system for fertilizer granule characterization},
  year         = {2010},
}