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Project 50: Unmanned aerial vehicles: applications in precision agriculture

Suitable Majors

Civil and Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science and Engineering

Research Area

Remote sensing, earth observation, environmental monitoring

Internship Description

Explore the application of UAVs, combined with thermal and multi-spectral sensors, to derive key vegetation and agricultural production metrics. 

Prerequisites

​Civil ​and Environmental Engineering background

Deliverables/Expectations

Develop an understanding of remote sensing techniques for determining attributes of interest in precision agriculture. 

Other Comments

Internsh​ip dates: 19 May to 26 July or 23 June to 29 August or 7 July to 14 September

Division

Biological and Environmental Sciences and Engineering

Faculty Name

Matthew McCabe