Browsing by Author "Jones, Mark Hedley"

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  • Millimetre Wave Power Measurement

    Jones, Mark Hedley (The University of Waikato, 2010)
    There is currently no traceable power sensor for millimetre wave frequencies above 110 GHz. This thesis investigates a novel approach to remove this limitation by combining the placement of a uniquely designed microchip ...
  • Robotic kiwifruit harvesting using machine vision, convolutional neural networks, and robotic arms

    Williams, Henry A.M.; Jones, Mark Hedley; Nejati, Mahla; Seabright, Matthew; Bell, Jamie; Penhall, Nicky D.; Barnett, Josh; Duke, Mike; Scarfe, Alastair J.; Ahn, Ho Seok; Lim, JongYoon; MacDonald, Bruce A. (Elsevier, 2019)
    As labour requirements in horticultural become more challenging, automated solutions are becoming an effective approach to maintain productivity and quality. This paper presents the design and performance evaluation of a ...
  • Robotic Pollination - Targeting kiwifruit flowers for commercial application

    Barnett, Josh; Seabright, Matthew; Williams, Henry A.M.; Nejati, Mahla; Scarfe, Alastair J.; Bell, Jamie; Jones, Mark Hedley; Martinson, P.; Schaare, P.; Duke, Mike (2017)
    This paper contains the initial evaluation of a novel platform mounted robotic pollination system. Advancement in artificial pollination is an important step forward in agricultural sectors due to the global decline of ...
  • Scaling of Electrode-Electrolyte Interface Model Parameters In Phosphate Buffered Saline

    Jones, Mark Hedley; Scott, Jonathan B. (IEEE, 2014)
    We report how the impedance presented by a platinum electrode scales with the concentration of phosphate buffered saline (PBS). We find that the constant phase element of the model scales with approximately the log of ...
  • The Electrical Properties of Interfacial Double Layers

    Jones, Mark Hedley (University of Waikato, 2016)
    When solids and liquids are brought together, interfacial double-layers are likely to form. They are too small to feel or see so their presence goes mostly unnoticed at the macroscopic level. A double layer is essentially ...