Unmanned airborne vehicle photogrammetry in practice

Presenting person: Oliver Archner, BayCEER IT Service Group (Homepage)
Mo. 2024-08-05 (09:00-18:00), tba

Phantom 4


Using drones in a scientific project is a lot more complicated than just taking some images. Beside some basic remote sensing knowledge, you need technical and practical skills to complete a successful flight mission. This course is designed to teach you the basics in one day and gives you all the information to plan and execute your own mission.

Learning Objectives

  • Principles of unmanned airborne vehicle (UAV) photogrammetry
  • Learn how to plan and execute a drone flight mission
  • Understand the raw data processing workflow and its output data
  • Analyze data products like ortho and multispectral images

Course Content

  • Basics of airborne photogrammetry
  • Technical characteristics of drones and optical sensors
  • Mission planning
  • Flight mission on a forest site next to the UBT campus
  • Postprocessing and data analysis

Teaching Style

Classroom teaching and on field site exercises (drone flight mission)


By e-mail to:oliver.archner@uni-bayreuth.de

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