Sperimentazione di rilievo UAV a supporto della pianificazione forestale

Federico Prandi, Raffaele De Amicis, Daniele Magliocchetti

Abstract


The project SLOPE will integrate information from, UAV and on-field surveying systems, to support macro and local analysis to characterize the forest resources. Spatial information will integrate data in a model for optimization of logistics during forest operations.


Parole chiave


UAV; pianificazione forestale; SLOPE

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Riferimenti bibliografici


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