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#maptimeDavis: Photogrammetry & Working with Drone Data

March 8 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Learn the tools and workflows for working with drones for capturing spatial data!

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Description

In this workshop, we’ll discuss the workflow for working with aerial imagery acquired from various sources. You’ll learn how to decide which data source to use and ways to work with it to answer your research questions.

Concepts Covered:

Aerial Photography, Low Altitude Remote Sensing, Satellite Data, Image Processing

Speaker: Michele Tobias

Michele Tobias is a geospatial data scientist with a background in geospatial methods for ecology. Michele earned her PhD from UC Davis in Geography where she studied California’s sandy beach ecosystem with traditional phytosociological methods and innovative remote sensing tools and was a postdoc at the UC Davis Information Center for the Environment. In her current position as a geospatial data scientist at UC Davis DataLab, she applies geospatial tools to new avenues of research across disciplines.

Location: Seminar Room (room 1025) in the UC Davis PSEL (Physical Sciences & Engineering Library). Zoom details will be emailed upon registration for people wishing to attend online.

Prerequisites:  Participants should have a introductory familiarity with ArcGIS Pro

Software: No software is required

Details

Date:
March 8
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Organizer

Spatial Sciences Research Cluster
Email:
mmtobias@ucdavis.edu
Website:
http://ds.lib.ucdavis.edu/spatial-sciences/

Venue

Seminar Room at PSEL (room 1025)