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Maps Made Easy : Host your drones images

Maps Made Easy : Host your drones images

Maps Made Easy is a fully online map processing and hosting. You take the images using your drone and it handle all the processing and hosting of the maps. This is a brief introduction to the various parts of the website with narrated descriptions and explanations. This is a general intro to a couple of the more self-explanatory areas of the ...

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3D Street Map Modelling Using 50 Aerial Photos

3D Street Map Modelling Using 50 Aerial Photos

3D rendering of a street in Stony Plain, Alberta using a DJI Phantom 2 Vision Plus UAV. This 3D model was rendered from just 50 photos taken with our drone. Visit https://aerialvideopros.ca for more information regarding our Aerial Media Services. Aerial Video locations: Stony Plain, Alberta Canada Video Equipment (Drone): DJI Phantom Vision Plus V3

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2016 best precision agriculture drone from top agricultural drone manufacturers

2016 best precision agriculture drone from top agricultural drone manufacturers

In South Korea, China, Chile, Australia and many other countries, as a result of urbanization, the number of people interested in agriculture keeps decreasing. Traditional agricultural spraying still requires manual operations with high labor intensity, low pesticide efficiency (reach), and high pesticide poisoning threat to the workers. Making full use of the years of experience in UAV tech, MMC launches ...

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UAS Applications: Learn how “drone” derived data is transformational by reviewing a

UAS Applications: Learn how “drone” derived data is transformational by reviewing a

Jarlath O’Neil-Dunne (UVM Spatial Lab) and Jon Budreski (AirShark) will present applications where small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) have been utilized for image and data collection. From inspecting solar farms and bridges to creating GIS and outputs you can learn how this technology is becoming not only more common but very critical. At the end of the presentation you will ...

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Drones Flying : What are the rules and how do you follow them?

Drones Flying : What are the rules and how do you follow them?

Alan Perlman, Founder & CEO, UAV Coach In this session, we’re going to cover safety and training considerations, and rules and regulations for operating a small unmanned aerial system (UAS). It’s a lot to talk about, but we have boiled it down to the basics: How do I learn how to safely operate a drone? What’s the best way to ...

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Fixed-Wing or Rotary Drone? 5 Key Questions to Answer

Fixed-Wing or Rotary Drone? 5 Key Questions to Answer

Looking to buy a professional drone (or UAV/UAS)? One key decision you’ll face is what type of drone to buy: a fixed-wing, airplane-style drone or a helicopter-style rotary system? This quick guide highlights the 5 questions you need to answer.

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Drones Flying Free 2016 : From flight to impactful maps – Workflows and Data insights

Drones Flying Free 2016 : From flight to impactful maps – Workflows and Data insights

Paul Schneider, GISP, Georgia Power, “Inspecting Utility Assets” Ron Behrendt, Behron & Associates, “Monitoring Wildlife” Cody Benkelman, Technical Product Manager – Imagery, Esri, “Monitoring Wildlife” In this session you will learn how the UAS information is captured, processed, and cataloged from a GIS perspective. First, Paul Schneider will share how they are using these systems to inspect utility assets, make ...

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UAS/RPAS (Drone) Radiation Mapping

UAS/RPAS (Drone) Radiation Mapping

This series of active trials in April 2014 were probably the first in the world using a UAS (Unmanned Aerial System) for radiation mapping on the main Sellafield nuclear waste reprocessing site in Cumbria, UK. As a researcher in the Physics department of the University of Bristol during 2013 and 2014, John Fardoulis worked closely with nuclear scientists in the ...

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Learning with drones – how educational environments are flying new frontiers

Learning with drones – how educational environments are flying new frontiers

Chris Cruz, GISP, West Valley College, California Learn more about UAS for Education and Field Applications in this presentation. Chris will introduce you to the necessary components for developing a UAS Program; discuss the regulatory aspects, operations, types of aircraft and additional equipment needed; and share how to design curriculum that meets the industry needs and allows for collaboration both ...

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senseFly drones: Mapping the Impossible

senseFly drones: Mapping the Impossible

A video crew follows senseFly’s team of engineers as they mark a historic surveying milestone by using eBee mapping drones to photograph the epic Matterhorn, before generating an astounding 3D model of “the most beautiful mountain”. More on senseFly drones:http://www.sensefly.com/ The mission involved the coordination of several teams with multiple eBee UAVs taking over 2,200 images in 11 flights, all ...

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