FNRM 5362: Drones: Data, Analysis, and Operations

3 Credits

This course explores principles and techniques of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS, also \"drones\"), applied to natural resource and environmental issues. The course provides hands-on experience with UAS vehicles, sensors, imagery, and software. Course topics include: UAS flight characteristics, regulations/safety, mission planning, flight operations, data collection, image analysis, and applications. Examples of UAS applications to be explored include: forest and natural resource inventory, wetland monitoring, and land cover mapping. Prereq: grad student or instr consent

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