Small unmanned aerial system mapping versus conventional methods

The use of small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS) in aerial mapping applications is increasingly being used as an appropriate surveying method in many sectors, particularly for agriculture. Since the use of sUAS is new to many agricultural sector players, it is useful to reflect on the costs and benefits, and related technical and operational challenges, as well as the advantages that present themselves in the practical implementation of this technology.

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    Introduction and context
    Background: ‘Raster’ surveying versus ‘vector’ surveying
    Virtual surveying
    Cost-benefit analysis of study areas
    Conclusions

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