#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!
Please RSVP via our Registration Link
In this workshop, I will introduce drones as a research tool using real-world examples and how to get started from the ground up. I’ll cover permitting, licensing, equipment, training, UC rules and regulations, industry jobs, networking, and more. I’ll also lead participants in various drone software programs, from mission planning and autopiloting to mosaicking and georeferencing with sample datasets.
Participants will learn the tools and workflows for working with drones, and gain an understanding of the software for processing the imagery acquired.
Speaker: Clancy McConnell
Clancy is a PhD candidate in geography at UC Davis. He uses drones in research and industry work, and teaches the Intro to GIS course on campus.
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: Participants wishing to follow along should have either ArcGIS Pro installed on their computer or virtual lab access (through UC Davis: https://virtuallab.ucdavis.edu/), and Pix 4D Capture installed on your phone or tablet (tablet preferred). UC Davis affiliates can download ArcGIS Pro here: https://servicehub.ucdavis.edu/servicehub?id=content_details&sys_id=73c2bb751bfcc8903f4286ae6e4bcb49