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Type: Article
Title: Aerial Survey – a coming of age by Gareth Evans
Other Titles: AAt a time of mass data collection, aerial survey options have never been greater or more varied
Authors: Evans, Gareth
Tags: Aerial Survey;Multispectral;Drones;LIDAR;Totogrammetry;GPS;Point Cloud;UAV
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia Queensland
Abstract: The growth and marketing of UAVs, RPSs and all the other acronyms that cover “drones” has brought aerial survey into the limelight. While drones polarize people and it can be hard to separate hype and fact, they are only the tip of a much bigger iceberg which encompasses advances in cameras, laser scanners, satellite sensors, positioning systems and software that give us unprecedented access to remotely sensed spatial information to suit all requirements and budgets.
Description: 7 page article
URI: http://ipweaq.intersearch.com.au/ipweaqjspui/handle/1/2046
Appears in Collections:2016 IPWEAQ Annual Conference Proceedings (PAPERS)

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