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NewsAssociate Professor Hiroshi Mineno's Research Result Published in the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications's SCOPE Results Casebook

11/01/16

The results of Associate Professor Hiroshi Mineno's (Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Informatics) study on “Researching and Developing Highly Reliable, Bidirectional, Multipoint Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks in Advanced Agricultural ICT (2013–2014)” was published in the 2016 Research Results Casebook for SCOPE, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication's Strategic Information and Communications R&D Promotion Programme.

2016 Strategic Information and Communications R&D Promotion Programme (SCOPE).
Research Results Casebook
(http://www.soumu.go.jp/main_content/000446024.pdf)

 This research was a joint effort between the Shizuoka Prefectural Research Institute of Agriculture and Forestry and the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology. It aimed to use highly reliable multipoint wireless sensor and actuator networks to construct a growth model that quantitatively evaluates the absorption and transpiration of nitrogen through photosynthesis in produce. This model would then be the basis for investigating nutritional moisture control in extant cultivation, using rational judgement indicators, to realize high annual yields from high quality agricultural produce.

 In light of these SCOPE research results that were acquired through collaboration between researchers in computer science, wireless communications engineering, and agriculture, JST is pioneering “the establishment of basic technologies for high precision prediction of water stress that is capable of autonomous acclimatization” for research and development of intelligent IoT systems that should revive advanced cultivation technologies such as stress cultivation with computers.
( https://www.jst.go.jp/kisoken/presto/project/1112075/15665197.html)


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