The use of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) for civil applications opens a new perspective on the field of natural hazards. The amazing diffusion of mini- and micro-RPAS is becoming a valuable alternative to traditional monitoring and surveying applications, opening new interesting viewpoints. The main goal of these systems is the collection of different data and the delivery of various products.
The planned session within the 2017 EGU General Assembly aims at:
i) exploring the open research issues and possible applications of RPAS to the field of monitoring and management of geo-hazards;
ii) collecting experiences, case studies and results;
iii) defining methodologies and best practices for their effective use in geo-hazard contexts.
The session seeks contributions related to surveying/monitoring phenomena (such as landslides, floods, earthquakes or volcanic eruptions, etc.) performed with an integration of heterogeneous sensors (gas sensors, multi-spectral and thermal images, LiDAR, vision-based navigation systems, etc.) for innovative applications in the geo-hazard domain.
The abstract submission deadline is 11 Jan 2017, 13:00 CET.
Daniele Giordan, Yuichi S. Hayakawa, Fabio Remondino, Francesco Nex, Marc Adams
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