The Smart Agriculture Laboratory locates in the Biosystems Engineering and Soil Science Department at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. The lab aims to advance knowledge and technologies in smart agriculture and to train the next generation of agricultural engineers.
Smart Agriculture includes three main aspects: smart sensing, smart analysis, and smart control. Our lab is committed to quality research and education related to all aspects of smart agriculture. Currently, research topics in the lab include sensor development, wireless sensor networks, agricultural IoT, agricultural robotics. Education provided by the lab includes an undergraduate-level class -- BsE 451 Electronic Systems, and a student robotics club -- ASABE Robotics Club.