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Dr. Khan Wahid Project Co-Lead, Field-Based High-Throughput Phenotyping Mobile Systems for Crop Monitoring

Khan Wahid is a Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan. His expertise is in sensor system, wireless sensor network, digital signal processing and image acquisition, and embedded system. In P2IRC, he is leading an engineering team to develop a hybrid sensor system to better characterize both root and shoot traits for canola and wheat. The system includes non-destructive in-situ imaging and non-imaging sensors like LiDAR, time of flight camera, electrical impedance tomography, mm-wave radar and other emerging sensing technologies.