Juliane Bendig, Deepak Gautam and Richard Ballard teamed up with Rhys Wyber (PhD candidate, University of Wollongong) to investigate the effect of scaling Laser Induced Fluorescence Transient (LIFT) and Sun-Induced chlorophyll Fluorescence (SIF) measurements from individual leaves to canopy scale. The fieldwork was carried out in an avocado orchard on…
TerraLuma member Guy Williams reports on a rare sighting of dragon-skin ice during a voyage to the Ross Sea. Of course, his fixed-wing UAS played an important role in documenting this extraordinary phenomenon. Read more about it in on IMAS news and watch his great video published on abc news.…
Congratulations to our UAS Chief Controller Darren Turner who just won the MDPI sensors 2017 travel award.
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Drones are revolutionising environmental science. Four scientists explain how they are using drones, what challenges they face and how the technology is changing our understanding of the world around us. Read more about it here: ABC Science News
Last week, Faheem, Darren, and Arko made use of the favourable weather and surveyed a poppy field in Southeast Tasmania. The data collected include multispectral and RGB imagery. It was another good test for the MicaSense/Parrot Sequoia. We covered 8 ha in two flights. The aim is to look at…