Dr. Qin Zhang and Graduate student
|Manoj Karkee||Lav R. Khot||Sindhuja Sankaran||Qin Zhang|
Agricultural Automation Engineering scientists work to provide engineering solutions to crop production problems in agriculture. From seed to table, our researchers collaborate with the growers, harvesters, and food processors plus the industry that supports them to develop new technologies for the economic growth and environmental sustainability of agriculture.
Current primary research activities include the development of wireless sensor networks for real-time yield monitoring and tracking of fruit; remote and contact sensing of soils and plants; automated and targeted pest management systems; vegetable and fruit post harvest handling; smart and/or robotic agricultural machinery; on-machinery crop sensing and control systems; and sensor-based field operation management.
The Center for Precision Agriculture has additional information.
June 25, 2013 VSH
BSysE is one of the best....[more]
Shyam Sablani is Cocharan Fellowship Program
Manoj Karkee Recieves USDA Tree Fruit Harvesting Grant ....[more]
Qin Zhang named ASABE fellow....[more]
Ogderel Bumandalai in WSUNews
BSysE sends 25 Students to ASABE
Dr. Craig Frear talks about
WSU Anaerobic Digestin Systems
Field Day. [more]
New Faculty Members Lav R. Khot and Sindhuja Sankaran join BSysE. [more]
Additional Information Goes Here.