The Terraluma project
Terraluma are pleased to announce the release of our Drone Remote Sensing and Mapping online short course. short-courses.utas.edu.au/courses/drone-mapping
We recently published/got accepted new results on the UAS-spectroscopy for solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence project. The paper entitled Footprint Determination of a Spectroradiometer Mounted on an Unmanned Aircraft System examines the geometric and radiometric accuracy of spectroradiometer footprints projected onto a digital surface model. The paper can be accessed here. A…
Meet #AirSIF, a #UAS spectroradiometer for solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence (SIF). Check out Deepak’s latest paper on lever-arm and boresight correction for #AirSIF. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0924271619301571#f0005 …
Nice figure production skills Dr Deepak (recent @TerraLuma graduate)!
Congratulations to Deepak Gautam and his family on his #PhD #graduation @UTAS_ #UTAS_GSS in the @TerraLuma group. Deepak develop a novel technique for spectral footprint characterisation of a flying spectroradiometer on a #drone #UAS. Well done Dr Deepak!
Until 20th Sptember 2019 visitors can see the exhibition: Drones: our science eyes in the sky with some contribution from Terraluma. More information here.