Sensorem has been working with the DPRID to locate Skeleton Weed in WA
- Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
- Western Australian - Wheatbelt
- Aerial Mapping
Sensorem has been using new remote sensing data collection technology to complement traditional surveillance methods for locating Skeleton Weed in the WA wheatbelt.
Through the program funder, the Grains, Seeds and Hay Industry Funding Scheme (IFS), Sensorem has been able to develop a method to collect very accurate and ultra high resolution RGB aerial data, which is post processed using machine learning technologies.
Sensorem and Perth based boutique software developer, Phobos, combined expertise to form a new company Precise Ai. Precise Ai was formed with the aim of harnessing image recognition and machine learning to provide precision software tools.
Precise Ai has developed a unique software application “OptiWeed”, that is dedicated to the Skeleton Weed program.
Sensorem will be collecting data across 20,000 hectares throughout the 2019/2020 season.