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Drones 2.0: Exploring Nascent Design Applications for Unmanned Aerial Systems


Jan 18, 2019 4:29pm ‐ Jan 18, 2019 4:29pm


Credits: None available.

Description

This session will examine how landscape architects, professors, and planners are using nascent unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) techniques to map, study, and forecast complex ecologies, vegetational systems, and landscape surface strata to constructively alter the methodologies the profession can utilize with the use of emergent mapping technologies present in the UAV.

  • Overview and critical understanding of UAV’s nascent and expanding capabilities and applications for the design field.
  • Understanding the use of UAV's as a predictive analysis tool for projects of various scopes and types.
  • Understanding the use of UAV's for design applications
  • Critical understanding of UAV’s limitations and shortcomings in respect to the design profession at large.

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