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UAV-BASED REMOTE SENSING OF LANDSLIDES

@inproceedings{Niethammer2010UAVBASEDRS,
  title={UAV-BASED REMOTE SENSING OF LANDSLIDES},
  author={U. Niethammer and Sabrina Rothmund and Michael James and Julien Travelletti and Manfred Joswig},
  year={2010}
}
In this study a low-cost remote sensing approach based on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and digital compact cameras will be presented. This approach enables high-resolution acquisitions of landslides. The concept of manual controlled quad-rotor helicopters has been investigated for photogrammetric applications, since quad-rotor systems have been proved to be well suited for landslide monitoring in difficult alpine terrain. During the UAV-based remote sensing campaigns significant numbers of… Expand

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