CIDA seminar in conjunction with BTI - Vincent Jalink from PhenoVation
From Gabriela Cestero
Cornell Institute for Digital Agriculture in conjunction with Boyce Thompson Institute – Special Seminar:
8-bit or 12-bit RGB for phenotyping?
Vincent Jalink, Technical Sales Manager and 3D Designer, PhenoVation
This talk will show the different types of sensors that are used within high throughput phenotyping systems. We will show the different types of sensors that are used in phenotyping systems and we will so the benefit of each one. One of the sensors will be a PSII camera system (photosynthesis camera) we will go more into depth what this camera has for advantages in comparison to more traditional sensors like the RGB camera. Next to having nice imaging sensors software will also play a big role in having a successful high throughput phenotyping system. We will show different ways of approaching the analysis from manual to fully automatic.
Vincent Jalink is a technical sales manager and 3D designer at PhenoVation. Since 2013 he has been active in the phenotyping market and is advising companies and universities that want to purchase phenotyping equipment.
Background of PhenoVation:
PhenoVation is a spin off company of the Wageningen University & Research since 2011. The company is founded by Dr. Henk Jalink and ing. Rob van der Schoor. Together they have over 50 years of experience in the phenotyping field and developing camera systems. Within PhenoVation we have all the expertise in house like PC software engineers, embedded software engineers, hardware engineers and electrical engineers. By having all this expertise in house, we are able to response quickly to changes in the market and we can provide excellence service to the client.