Dr. Fulton’s research is in the areas of precision agriculture and machinery automation. The potential implications of/use for his research is enhanced production agriculture through technology and big data. The overarching goal of his work is to help solve the problem of environmental risks through improving input management within agriculture.
Precision agriculture, Algorithms, Computing - Cloud, Computing - Data-intensive, Digital storage and communications, GIS, GPS, Learning - Machine, Modeling - Response time, Modeling - Systems, Systems - Embedded, Analysis - Topographical data, Analytics - Data, Statistics - Spatial and spatio-temporal, Analysis - Risk, Analytics - Business, Analytics - Spatial, Applied probability
PhD, Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering, University of Kentucky
MS, Agricultural Engineering, University of Kentucky
BA, Physics, Wittenberg University