Laurier master’s student Branden Walker uses unmanned aerial vehicles (uav or drones) to study changes to the landscape at Trail Valley Creek, one of Laurier’s remote field sites in the NWT led by Geography and Environmental Studies Professor Phil Marsh. Learn more about Laurier’s renowned cold regions researchers at wlu.ca/northernresearch.
Drones For Construction
Drones provide construction project managers, general contractors and survey managers with the most up to date reporting to better track construction progress, manage resources, reduce downtime, and keep projects on schedule and under budget. senseFly’s eBee and albris drones use aerial survey and aerial imaging technology so you can quickly and safely collect the data and information you need to build models, check on safe practices, manage progress, and more.
Part 1: Introduction to Vegetation Indices and Pix4D By Jacob Nederend MSc Candidate, Department of Plant Agriculture, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada What is a vegetation index and why can’t I just use NDVI? In the previous post, I provided a general overview of how to obtain high quality orthomosaics from your eBee’s raw … Continued
Toronto-based Deveron UAS Corp., an enterprise drone data services company focused on agriculture, has commenced flying for this year’s farming season in Canada. Deveron says it is focused on revenue-generating and research-driven drone data collection for the growing season in western and eastern Canada as it continues to build an on-demand, enterprise data collection network … Continued