Below is the list of all accepted workshop papers and the presentations given by the keynote speakers.
References to these papers should have the following format:
[ authors ] (2015) [ title ]. In G. Kootstra, Y Edan, E van Henten, and M Bergerman (Eds.), Proceedings of the IROS Workshop on Agri-Food Robotics. Hamburg, October 2, 2015. doi: 10.18174/392250
- Victor Bloch, Avital Bechar and Amir Degani, Fitness of Diverse Orchard Architectures on Optimal Robot Manipulator.
- Susana Brandão, Ana Viera, João P. Costeira, and Manuela Veloso, The Heat Based Rump Descriptor for Identification of Very Thin Goats in Dairy Farms.
- Jonathon A. Gibbs, Michael Pound, Darren M. Wells, Erik Murchie, Andrew French, Tony Pridmore, Three-Dimensional Reconstruction of Plant Shoots from Multiple Images using an Active Vision System.
- Z. Gobor, C. Cariou, B. Seiferth, S. Thurner, W. Feucker, C. Tessier, B. Tekin, and M. Berducat, Advanced pasture management through innovative robotic pasture maintenance.
- Lars Grimstad, Huynh T. Phan, Cong D. Pham, Pål J. From, Initial field-testing of Thorvald, a versatile robotic platform for agricultural applications.
- Georg Halmetschlager, Johann Prankl, and Markus Vincze, Increasing the Precision of Generic Crop Row Detection and Tracking and Row End Detection.
- Raghav Khanna, Joern Rehder, Martin Möller, Enric Galceran and Roland Siegwart, Studying Phenotypic Variability in Crops using a Hand-held Sensor Platform.
- Alexander Jairo Rojas Malaver, Luis Felipe Gonzalez, Nunzio Motta, Tommaso Villa, and Victor Etse, Design and Flight Testing of an Integrated Solar Powered UAV and WSN for Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Emissions in Agricultural Farms.
- Cagatay Odabasi and H. Isil Bozma, Attentively Finding and Moving Among Apples.
- Timo Oksanen, Robotic mowing of agricultural grass fields with spatial variability using adaptive cruise control system.
- Bastiaan A. Vroegindeweij, Steven van Hell, Joris IJsselmuiden and Eldert J. van Henten, Object segmentation in poultry housings using spectral reflectivity.
- Stephen Wilshusen and Stephen Nuske, Recognizing Apples by Piecing Together the Segmentation Puzzle.
The papers were reviewed by at least two peers in the field, selected from the Program Committee.
Presentations of Keynote Speakers
- Joachim Hertzberg, Prepare for Variation – Towards Using AI/Robotics Methods for Handling Uncertainty in Agriculture Applications.
- Richard van der Linde, First steps in robotized fresh food.
- Salah Sukkarieh, Sensors, Data Fusion and Classification for Robotic Agriculture Applications.
- Qin Zhang, Agricultural Robotics:Opportunities, Challenges and Perspectives.