Scott Shearer

Scott Shearer, is professor and chair of the Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering department at Ohio State University. He specializes in precision farming, including autonomy, guidance systems, GPS and equipment automation. During his 30 years in academia, Shearer’s research efforts have focused on spectral and spatial image processing for the extraction of features for classifying agricultural settings; and controls and methodologies for metering and distribution of inputs in grain crop production systems.


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