INCREASED TEMPERATURES IMPACT ESTIMATION ON THE WORK OF THE NITROGEN SECURITY HYPERSPECTRAL MONITORING SYSTEM IN FIELD CONDITIONS
The article deals with the description of the elevated temperature effect on the accuracy of measuring the nitrogen availability by the hyperspectral system. The estimation of the change in the spectral and spatial resolution carried out in the temperature range from 20 °C to 100 °C. The entire working spectral range used to monitor the condition of agricultural plants was reviewed. The recommendations for correcting the operation of the hyperspectral monitoring system at elevated temperatures have been determined.