53st DroneMasters Meetup (online) Drones in Science - Part of the Berlin Science Week

60 minutes full "droning" - followed by networking & talks

Online

The Meetup language is English. Registered participants will receive an access link to a Microsoft Teams event and a quick start guide on how to join. Networking afterward is made possible by DroneMasters' instant messenger.

Program

Intro. DroneMasters Meetup #053 (online) Drones in Science
Frank Wernecke, Founder & CEO, DroneMasters Boost GmbH, Berlin (de), dronemasters.com

 

1) Using Drones and aerial surveys to monitor Bornean orangutan habitat

Sol Milne, PhD Student, University of Aberdeen, Sabah (my), www.abdn.ac.uk

 

2) YouthMappers: Building a global community of changemakers through open maps

Laura Mugeha Okole, Geospatial Enginner, Sanergy, Nairobi (ke), www.sanergy.com

 

3) Using Drones to Gamify learning with project life (learning trough inmersive virtual environments)

Tom Raimondo, Associate Professor, University of South Australia, Adelaide (au), www.unisa.edu.au

 

4) The challenges of using drones based imagery and 3D modeling for the documentation, research and protection of Cultural Heritage

Dr. Luis Jaime Castillo Butters, Professor of Archaeology, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima (pe), www.pucp.edu.pe/

 

 

Prior registration is mandatory. We reserve the right to make changes to the program at short notice and without prior notice - this does not result in any claim for a refund.

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DroneMasters' mission is to accelerate the evolution of vertical mobility. The DroneMasters Meetups provide the leading global cross-industry network around vertical mobility and drones. At the DroneMasters Meetups, experts and enthusiasts from business, science, civil society, administration, and politics share ideas and experiences to shape the sustainable use of drones.

The talks are limited to 10 minutes to keep the event entertaining. The presentation language is English. Members of the DroneMasters Pioneers Club can participate via live stream and interact via DroneMasters' instant messenger service on Mattermost (open source, self-hosted Slack alternative).

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