Earth Observation workshop focusing on UAS

Earth Observation workshop focusing on UAS

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November 8, 2021

Last month we had a great meeting with colleagues from different research organizations discussing remote sensing research & teaching activities, how we can collaborate, lesson-learnt and just getting to know each other. This time we specially addressed the application of UAS in remote sensing research and other disciplines, what are the pros and cons, which system is best suited for which application and of course we flew a variety of systems and sensors inside the Nationalpark Bavarian Forest. it was a great meeting and we are very much looking forward to our next meeting in 2022. More details here.

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