I'm geoscientist and drone pilot, but have recently started to improve my GIS and remote sensing skills by attending some advanced GIS courses. One of the courses requires me to complete a freely chosen capstone project to show my skills, and
I really like the idea behind the Propeller Aeropoints. Those are basically GCP targets with integrated PPK GPS. They are quite expensive, about $6.000 USD for 10 pieces, but that's still cheaper than a professional surveyor-grade RTK system, and
I'd like to built a foldable quadrocopter which I can take with me on a round-the-world trip. When folded it should be small enough to be carried in a backpack, so I can take it with me on (shorter) trekking tours.