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Computer vision and UAVs for environmental sciences applications

Séminaire de Trevor GEE, jeudi 19 octobre 2017 à 11h, salle 105 OSUG-B

by Sandra Rome - 2 October 2017 ( maj : 6 October 2017 )

Title: Computer vision and UAVs for environmental sciences applications.

Abstract: The Intelligent Vision Systems Lab (University of Auckland) has been working with UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicules) for a couple of years and have now experience in terrain mapping for various applications related to the forestry, farming and marine environment. Recounting our past attempts at sensor fusion and real-time 3D computer vision we will offer a first glimpse at data collection that crosses scale using both IR, colour and depth imagery data from the millimetric to the metric scale in the estuary environment. The field investigations took place on a stretch of intertidal area in the Auckland Region near the Leigh Marine Laboratory.

By Trevor GEE, PhD student, Intelligent Vision Systems Lab, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Animation: Céline DUWIG (IGE-Hydrimz)

Figure: Unmanned Aerial Vehicule




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