UCF Researchers Working on Disease-Detecting Robot

UCF Researchers Working on Disease-Detecting Robot

UCF Researchers Working on Disease-Detecting Robot

If you’ve spotted a black-and-gold robot winding its way up and down rows of strawberry plants at Pappy’s Patch in Oviedo recently, you weren’t dreaming. The robot is part of a research project that could help identify citrus and strawberry disease earlier than ever before.

Citrus and strawberries are a big part of the economy in Florida, and with a variety of diseases taking their toll, ways of identifying the diseases earlier are critical.

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