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UAS Workshop Featured in Campus Spotlight
Remote Sensing

Nov. 8, 2016
Jacob Kaucher

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Sadie Wolters, center, from Hilton, and Lindsay Martinescu, from Webster, fourth-year students in RIT’s Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science, presented their research on detecting white mold in snap beans using spectral remote sensing and drones at the “Systems and Technologies for Remote Sensing Applications Through Unmanned Aerial Systems,” or STRATUS 2016, Workshop at RIT on Oct. 28. The workshop— sponsored by RIT’s Center for Imaging Science, IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society, Pictometry and Headwall Photonics— brought together academics, industry representatives and domain specialists to share perspectives on UAS imaging. The UAS Center is an RIT signature research area.

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