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Drones and Drone Data Technical Interest Group (TIG)

Technology and techniques (equipment, software, workflows, survey designs) to allow individuals to enhance their capabilities with data obtained from drones and drone surveys. Chaired by Karl Osvald and James McDonald.
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0 Replies and 122 Views Events - GSA Annual Meeting UAV Short Courses  122  0 Started by  Jim McDonald At the upcoming GSA Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, there are two short courses that will be of interest: https://community.geosociety.org/gsa2018/science-careers/courses 512. Introduction to Drones (sUAS) in the Geosciences. Sat., 3 Nov., 8 a.m.–5 p.m. This short course is designed for any inexperienced or novice users of small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS; 'drones')—students, faculty, or professionals. No prior experience with drones is required. Although topics covered ...
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1 Replies and 315 Views Drone and UAV Activity at the AAPG ACE in Salt Lake City  315  1 Started by  Jim McDonald At the upcoming AAPG ACE in Salt Lake City, there are number of UAV based activities and presentations that will be of interest for TIG members. Below is a list of UAV presentations and activities: Sunday, May 20 Short Course UAVs and Virtual Outcrops – from Data Collection to Final Interpretation Monday, May 21 Presentation 3-D Reconstruction of Clinoform Geometries Using Drone-Based Photogrammetry, Upper San Andres Formation, Last Chance Canyon, New Mexico Posters Quantitative Ou...
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21 Apr 2018 05:24 PM
0 Replies and 166 Views SPE USYS & AAPG Drone TIG meeting in Houston in June  166  0 Started by  Susan Nash The vast onshore and offshore oil and gas exploration and production infrastructure regular preventative inspection, maintenance, and repair (IMR). The transition from manual to automated IMR tasks is well , yet challenges remain. Mechatronic tools can provide major time and cost but require human interaction. Underwater remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) have supported subsea exploration, drilling, and infrastructure IMR. Onshore small unmanned aerial ve...
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21 Apr 2018 05:21 PM
0 Replies and 519 Views Drones: where are we now?  519  0 Started by  Susan Nash Drones are regularly used for inspections, surveillance, and monitoring. Are you using drones and drone data Please share.
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