Lidar and Multispectral UAV

Lidar and Multispectral UAV

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December 2, 2020

Our new LIDAR UAV arrived and is expanding the flight time and payload for the already working multispectral UAV. We first fly without payload in order to get a feeling and keep the stress level low but soon we will monitor urban, forest and other areas with LIDAR and multispectral plus thermal UAV-based sensors.

 

Great tools for scientific project as well as teaching activities. Learning new very high resolution data analysis as well as the mission planning, data processing etc. is crucial for our international EAGLE students.

 

 

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