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TM13

Many modern scientific experiments and studies use drones (UAVs/UASs) as a tool. Their flexibility and relatively simple use allow scientist to accomplish tasks that previously required expensive equipment like piloted aircrafts, gas or hot air balloons. The industry offers now many different types of UAVs with different characteristics and capabilities. At this meeting, we would like to discuss what is needed to begin implementing the use of drones for observations, studies, and data collection.

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Convener: Misha Krassovski | Co-convener: Juri Klusak
Many modern scientific experiments and studies use drones (UAVs/UASs) as a tool. Their flexibility and relatively simple use allow scientist to accomplish tasks that previously required expensive equipment like piloted aircrafts, gas or hot air balloons. The industry offers now many different types of UAVs with different characteristics and capabilities. At this meeting, we would like to discuss what is needed to begin implementing the use of drones for observations, studies, and data collection.