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Informatics and GIS Program

IGIS Drone Services Featured at Parrot Education Blog

IGIS is thrilled to have a fantastic relationships with Parrot S.A. (one of the largest consumer drone corporations in the world), and Parrot's subsidiary company, Pix4D (the leading developer of drone data processing applications in the world), who together have been have been extremely generous and supportive of the IGIS drone program, and the UC System at large.

Please check out Parrot's Educational Blog, which recently featured an outstanding short article on IGIS's research into rangeland applications of drone technology, including the use of Parrot's Sequoia multispectral camera, by clicking here:

A new kind of cattle guard:  Parrot Sequoia imagery for rangeland management 

Also - Please stay tuned for the upcoming February 2017 issue of California Agriculture, which features an article on unmanned aerial systems (UAS) for agriculture and natural resources (co-authored by myself, Dr. Maggi Kelly, Brandon Stark, and Dr. YangQuan Chen), which will also be accompanied by an editorial written by Dr. Kelly on the need for a coordinated approach to scale up drone research and teaching across the UC system.

Posted on Thursday, February 2, 2017 at 10:43 AM
Tags: drone (3), IGIS (44), UAS (2), UAV (7), unmanned aerial system (1), unmanned aerial vehicle (1)

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