Using a multispectral autonomous unmanned aerial remote sensing platform (AggieAir) for riparian and wetlands applications

@article{Jensen2011UsingAM,
  title={Using a multispectral autonomous unmanned aerial remote sensing platform (AggieAir) for riparian and wetlands applications},
  author={Austin M. Jensen and Thomas Hardy and Mac McKee and Yangquan Chen},
  journal={2011 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium},
  year={2011},
  pages={3413-3416}
}
An autonomous, unmanned, aerial, remote sensing platform called AggieAir™ has been developed at Utah State University (USU) to produce multispectral aerial imagery. Its independence of a runway, low cost, and rapid turn-around time for imagery make it an efficient platform for applications in riparian areas and in wetlands management. Using third-party software, the imagery from AggieAir can be stitched together into mosaics, georeferenced, and used to classify vegetation and map riparian… CONTINUE READING
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