Liverpool John Moores University are holding their second conference on the use of drones in environmental research on July the 7th and 8th. There are some great pieces of research being presented and it should be a very interesting couple of days.

I'm presenting my own research on the first day which hopefully should be of interest to some people. It will be great just to talk to other people involved in UAV research. If anyone else fancies attending you can buy tickets (£50 per day) from the  Liverpool John Moores events website

Below is a timetable for the two days. It would be great to chat to some DIYDrones heads at the event :)  


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  • Thank you for your work and time with scanning, Mark. 

  • For those who wanted a the abstracts I finally got around to scanning the book of abstracts. You can get it from here https://www.dropbox.com/s/cyi3q1pzrrbmine/UAV%20conference%20paper%...



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  • Thanks Mark, was most interested in the auto animal detection (1st session of day 2).

  • I'll try and get hold of the papers that are presented and link them up here. Do you have anything in particular that you'd like to see?

  • It would be great to promote your conference in calendars of other organizations e.g. ISPRS, ICA or EGU in the future. I just recently heard about it, reading your blog post... :(

    Anyway, programme is very interesting and I second Mark opinion about posting papers or presentations online after the conference.

  • Thanks for the link, some interesting papers.  If possible, it would be great to see a link posted to papers when finished.



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