Special Issue "Drone Sensing and Imaging for Environment Monitoring"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2022) | Viewed by 10963
Interests: development of electronic and mechanical technologies for geophysical observation and volcanology; measurement instruments; embedded systems; mechatronic
The development and diffusion of unmanned and remote controlled flying platforms (drones) has induced the universities and scientists to use these systems in many scientific field where is fondamental the observation, the inspection and management of critical areas by the remote sensing.
A drone can be equipped with small and compact instrumentation, precision GPS systems, thermal and multispectral cameras, magnetometers and high resolution cameras capable of performing reporting maps in very high precision, thermal photographs, high definition video footage, but also gas or ground material sampling or tools release.
Thus allowing to explore extreme sites and collect a wide range of useful data and details in short time for the study of natural phenomena and environmental monitoring, with very low operating costs.
These high-performance multipurpose flight systems can now safely access inaccessible environments. At the same time, they have stimulated technological research to develop new airborne instruments and sensors and new remote observation techniques.
This special issue is dedicated to environmental detection through drones and the application of new sensors and tools designed to be integrated on board drones and used for environmental research and monitoring
Dr. Giuseppe Di Stefano
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- remote sensing
- infrared camera
- remote sampling
- multipurpose drone
- instruments release
- gas sensors
- multispectral camera