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Hello, my name is Brad Bazemore.

I'm a masters student in computer science at the University of Georgia developing robots for agriculture.







Autonomous Disaster Information Collection System

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Autonomous Disaster Information Collection System

Our first responders often go into situations with little knowledge of the environment. I was funded to develop a drone that can asses the environment before anyone enters. Giving these heroes the information they need to stay safe when facing dangerous situations.

Raspberry Pi Cluster Test Bed

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Raspberry Pi Cluster Test Bed

Cheaper, smaller and low power distributed computing environments are needed to fill a gap that has been growing for many years. These systems can be used in many fields such as fault tolerant AI control of drones or as tools for learning how to use larger scale systems. They can be used as a method of large network monitoring by having many machines watching for potential problems. These are but few of the uses for these types of systems.

Autonomous Field Scout

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Autonomous Field Scout

Robots have become commonplace in almost all manufacturing industries. Agriculture is at a point that robotics is needed to achieve the output and yet meet sustainability goals needed to bring a clean and healthy future to the planet. This system strives to reach this goal by leveraging 3D mapping, GPU computing, big data, and cloud based services. Automated plant by plant data collection and operations assistance is vital to improving yields and yet maintaining a healthy environment. Current systems have been strictly limited to lab based settings and do not take a holistic approach to the problem.


Thanks to my supporters!

The USDA has been a great support for my research. There labs have been pushing the frontiers in agriculture for many years, bringing many advancements to farming practices and technologies.

Friluftsliv aims to integrate the architectures of buildings, nature, and computation into a regenerative agroecosystem. It is with their support I have been developing robotic technologies to bring this vision to reality.

Nvidia has graciously donated several pieces of equipment to allow my work to continue. They have also been a great resource of information on deep learning and computer vision.

The University of Georgia is where my research and I call home.

Spring Valley Ecofarms is a non-profit organization focusing on education, research and outreach to promote more ecologically sustainable agriculture.


As the site says my name is Brad Bazemore. More on me to come!