[talk-au] Fwd: vine row tagging
johnwbryant at gmail.com
Fri Oct 16 03:39:57 UTC 2020
That's a good point re: accuracy. But absolute position within a few meters
may be OK, if the relative position is maintained. Vine rows are generally
visible on imagery and could be mapped that way. It's also not unusual for
a vineyard to survey their rows with high accuracy GPS.
About usefulness to farmers... this mapping initiative is coming from the
viticulture community, so I have to assume they have reasons to find it
useful. If those reasons are compelling enough, they'll probably be the
ones doing much of the mapping... and if in the end it doesn't prove to be
useful then it probably won't go very far.
On Fri, 16 Oct 2020 at 10:54, Benjamin Ceravolo <bjceravolo1 at gmail.com>
> I understand the principal being explained above as to why Vire rows are
> wanting to be mapped, but my question is is it even practical within the
> use of the map considering that viren reos are approximately 1.5m apart and
> all but the most high end GNSS (GPS) units are +1m accuracy. My point being
> that I (from a map usage standpoint) don't see how the mapping of vine
> rows would be useful to farmers, if anything they want to mark any data,
> while out in the Vineyard would ether be potentially inaccurate or be have
> to be mapped on paper which I think defeats the purpose of mapping it on
> Thanks, Ben.
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