Drones have many uses in GIS.
Computer scientist Mark Pritt, along with colleagues at Lockheed Martin in Gaithersburg, Maryland, developed a new algorithm to handle thousands of images and speed up the process of creating an orthorectified map from UAV aerial imagery.
Geography researchers at Central Michigan University have tested out the usability of UAVs in mapping out threatened plant species.
Unmanned aircraft, known more commonly as drones, have a blanket ban by the Federal Aviation Authority in the United States over military ...
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