- Author: Tammy Majcherek
Drone Technology and Regulations for Natural Resources
Goal: To provide an overview of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) technologies, regulations and best practices for natural resource monitoring.
This course content is the result of a collaborative effort between the UC ANR IGIS Statewide Program, http://igis.ucanr.edu, the UC Berkeley, Geospatial Innovation Facility (GIF), http://gif.berkeley.edu/, and the UC Merced, Mechatronics, Embedded Systems and Automation (MESA) Lab, http://mechatronics.ucmerced.edu/.
Audience: UC academics, staff, students, and affiliates of UC Cooperative Extension, who are interested in applications of drones for Agriculture and Natural Resources.
When & Where: September 13th, 2017, from 11am to 4:00pm, with a catered lunch from 12 to 1pm.
University of California, South Coast Research and Extension Center
7601 Irvine Boulevard, Irvine, CA 92618
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Cost: $50 (account # and contact information required for UC affiliates)
Register: Click Here to register. Registration is limited to 25 participants, so please register early.
Contact: For more information regarding the content of the workshop, contact Sean Hogan of the UC Informatics and GIS (IGIS) Statewide Program, at 530-750-1322, firstname.lastname@example.org
For information regarding the accompanying Introduction to GIS for Natural Resources workshop on September 14th please Click Here.