Tag Archives: ortho imagery

UAVs Used for Agriculture Disaster Survey in Australia

A recent story from ABC Rural shows a example in Australia of UAVs doing disaster survey flights across agriculture areas after Cyclone Marcia.  The farm in the story was hit by mostly flood damage along with the winds from the … Continue reading

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TRB Publication on Visualization of Technical Data For Hazard Mitigation and Disaster Response

There is a good literature review from the Transportation Research Board on the Visualization of Technical Data For Hazard Mitigation and Disaster Response.  It goes into mostly assessing damage from landslides, rockfalls, settlement, and other similar events.  Many of these … Continue reading

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UAVs Expanding Aerial Survey Not Competing With It

Some reading this blog may come from the traditional aerial survey world going back to the large format film from cameras from airplanes which started in World War II reconnaissance missions.  The industry globally is going through a transition (United … Continue reading

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ABC Story on Technology in Farming in Australia

The Australia Broadcasting Company has a good 12min piece on technology in farming.  The first section is about drone startup company, Aerial Vision Australia that uses ortho imagery to get 3D models of the farm field for planning.  Other segments … Continue reading

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Webinar on High Speed DSM/DTM Generation

PCI Geomatics is hosting a webinar on High Speed Digital Surface Model (DSM)/Digital Terrain Model (DTM) generation this Wednesday, April 24, 2013 from 1-2pm CDT.  They will show new software that speeds DSM/DTM production by drastically reducing the number of … Continue reading

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