posted: October 30, 2013 | author: Woolpert Labs
Provided by guest blogger, Matt Hutchinson, Woolpert subject matter expert, Dayton
On a breezy, sunny morning in late September, the Woolpert UAS team traveled to the Wilmington Air Park for another UAS data acquisition with our partners Altavian and Sinclair Community College. The goal was to collect and process data for presentation at a media event the following week. We collected imagery with a spatial resolution of 3cm and after processing, the team was impressed with how well the imagery compliments our other products and the opportunities it provides for fusion with these other data sources.
The data acquisition at Wilmington corroborated four observations also apparent during previous UAS collections, including:
UAS is certainly a growth area and Woolpert is approaching this technology with the philosophy that has maintained the firm as a market leader in new geospatial capabilities. In the meantime, we look forward to our next UAS flight, and more of those sunny mornings spent outdoors.