Andrew Winsor
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About Me:
My name is Andrew Winsor, and I recently bought an homestead.I have a background in windows and linux administration, I am a senior network engineer, I've taken an 72 hour permaculture course in farm design which includes an earthwork section, I have my Ham Radio License(Technician). I do hobby microcontroller programming, electronics, custom printed circuit boards.
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
I am interested in High Rez DEM map of my 8 acres property, which I can import into 3d editing programs like blender 3d or viewing programs like google earth. I currently do not own a UAV, Camera, or radio. I am starting new.
Hometown:
Aberdeen, WA

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At 11:47am on April 25, 2014, Gary M said…

Hi Andrew--

I don't know if you've checked out the Puget Sound Lidar Consortium yet - they do have some Chehalis River watershed data, and NOAA's Coastal Lidar page shows that there's a decent spread of DOGAMI lidar shot in 2009 around coastal Grays Harbor.  Dunno if it overlaps your area of interest, but they're both decent sources of DEM data.

At 2:31pm on April 25, 2014, Gary M said…

Happy to help!  If I can do anything GIS-wise to help out give me a shout.  gary dot montgomery at the gmail.

At 10:33pm on June 25, 2014, Ron Nielsen said…

It depends on your definition of close.  I am in Tacoma which is about an hour and a half away.  I am actually more interested in sport aviation class airplanes.  I am about 3/4 the way through building an experimental plane that I hope will be able to take off at about 35 mi / hr with a gross weight of about 1000 lbs. with a wingspan of 8 feet (yea, I know, that is why it is experimental) which would allow you to park it in a garage or standard parking spot, and at least theoretically, take off and land in front of your house.  I am interested in drone technology because I think that would be a relatively inexpensive and safe way to do the early flight testing.  Also, if it does turn out to work, autonomous flight could make the technology available to more people.  I have virtually no experience with electronics or programing so I am looking for anyone who would be interested in helping me with the electronics part of the project.  I would be willing to exchange expertise in carbon fiber manufacturing in return.  

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