The use of emerging technology in post-disaster reconnaissance missions
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31 January 2017

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The use of emerging technology in post-disaster reconnaissance missions

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The use of emerging technology in post-disaster reconnaissance missions
Date published

31 January 2017

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Free

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A report detailing good practice in the use of drones and omnidirectional cameras in post-disaster reconnaissance.

Research funded by: EEFIT Research Grant 2016
Researcher: Harriette Stone (1), Dina D’Ayala (2), Sean Wilkinson (3)
Organisation: University College London (1&2), Newcastle University (3)

This EEFIT Research Grant report considers advances in imaging technology and how this technology has been used in past EEFIT missions.

Guidelines for the use of both drones and omnidirectional cameras are included.

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