MiLAND (Multispectral Imaging for Landscapes, Agriculture and Natural Disasters) (pronounce "my land") serves to promote aerial image acquisition through the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). This project serves to facilitate discussions and the sharing of instructions and links pertaining to camera/sensor selection and image processing, analysis and interpretation.
MiLAND is a project led by Matt Wallhead who serves as an Assistant Research Scientist at the University of Wyoming. Currently Matt is focused on monitoring plant health status of field crops through the use of multispectral image analysis.
The goal of the RATs project is to assemble a group of individuals interested in participating in mapping portions of the High Plains and Mountain States using UAVs beginning this fall (2015).The…Continue