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2nd International Electronic Conference on Remote Sensing

G: Recent Trends in UAV Remote Sensing


Dear Colleagues,

In recent years, UAVs have undergone significant advances in equipment capabilities and now have the capacity to acquire high resolution imagery from many angles in a cost effective, efficient manner. UAVs are used in diverse remote sensing applications such as Earth observation, precision farming, cultural heritage monitoring, urban monitoring, forest management, fire monitoring, disaster prevention, search and rescue, security, mapping and monitoring of desertification industrial plant inspection, 3D mapping, and environmental studies and monitoring. With recent advances in technology, UAVs are also able to include new sensors, such as multispectral, hyperspectral, infrared and thermal cameras, lidar and other sensors.

Best regards,

Dr. Kyriacos Themistocleous

Section Chair

Dr. Kyriacos Themistocleous

Department of Civil Engineering and Geomatics
Cyprus University of Technology

 

 

 

 

List of Accepted Abstracts (9)
AUTOMATED MEASUREMENT OF PLANT HEIGHT OF WHEAT GENOTYPES USING A DSM DERIVED FROM UAV IMAGERY
UAV mapping of an archaelogical site using RGB and NIR high-resolution data
Evaluating the performance of different commercial and pre-commercial maize varieties under low nitrogen conditions using affordable phenotyping tools
Integrated Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Platform for Multipurpose Remote Sensing
Phenotyping conservation agriculture management effects on ground and aerial remote sensing assessments of maize hybrids performance in Zimbabwe
Habitat mapping of Ma-le'l Dunes coupling with UAV and NAIP image
Preliminary verification of the altimetric and thematic accuracy of a drone landfill survey
Space Debris Removal Mechanism Using CubeSat with Gun Shot Facilities
Three-Dimensional Scenarios In Support Of Royal Thai Army Attack Helicopter