Webinar 8 April 21, 2pm CT – UAS in Agriculture: Sensor Integration, Commercial Production & Field Research

Unmanned Aircraft Systems in Agriculture Learning NetworkUnmanned Aircraft in Agriculture: Sensor Integration, Commercial Production & Field Research

Join us for the eighth in a year-long series of webinars scheduled for Thursday, April 21th at 2:00pm Central Time.   The web link is https://connect.extension.iastate.edu/learnuasag LOGIN AS A GUEST


Summary:

Dr. Joe Maja of Clemson University will present on using sensor integration for UAS flight controllers and examples of triggering techniques for cameras and other sensors.

Key words: sensors, cameras, automation

Dr. Kurt Nolte of the University of Arizona will then present an overview of using UAVs in 3D field modeling, plant stand assessment, plant growth dynamics, NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) ratio calculations, irrigation monitoring and aerial pollination. We will conclude with the latest FAA updates.

Keywords: imaging systems, crop production, irrigation management, pest control, food safety, reduced tillage, field labor, pollination, data acquisition

We will wrap-up the webinar with the latest FAA Updates.
The webinar will be recorded and archived on the Unmanned Aircraft Systems in Agriculture web site learnUASAg.org and You Tube Channel

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