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Recording: UAV Flights over Hops in Bavaria (webinar)

Learn about an ongoing CHRSE hyperspectral remote-sensing mission flying over hops fields in Bavaria by geo-konzept GmbH for Bayerische Landesanstalt fur Landwirtschaft and Katholische Universitat Eichstatt
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Hops imageSee a Recording of a CHRSE Webinar on Hyperspectral UAV Flights over Hops in Bavaria

Learn about an ongoing mission flying lightweight UAVs with hyperspectral-imaging systems over hops fields in Bavaria. Two webinars were hosted in order to accommodate attendees worldwide, March 12th at 9am US EDT / 2pm CET or 1pm US EDT / US 10am PDT. You may see recordings of either, or choose to see a single recording that combines the best presentations and both sets of Q&A (recommended).

Hops are green cone-shaped flowers of the Humulus lupulus plant. They are a climbing perennial with tiny yellow pods or glands called lupulin inside each cone—the source of bitterness, aroma, and flavor in beer.

The panelists were Francesco Beccari, Headwall EMEA & India Sales Manager for Remote Sensing; Johannes Seidl-Schulz, geo-konzept GmbH Produktspezialist Fernerkundung; Christoph Schimmer, geo-konzept GmbH Produktspezialist Fernerkundung; Florian Weiss, Researcher at Bayerische Landesanstalt fur Landwirtschaft; and Daniel Hajek, Research Student at Katholische Universitat Eichstatt.

The Center for Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Europe (CHRSE) was founded by Headwall and geo-konzept to support the implementation and utilization of hyperspectral imaging technology combined with other sensor technology (e.g., LiDAR and GPS) with a focus on agriculture, environmental monitoring, mining, and infrastructure inspection applications

 

Headwall Nano with LiDAR on DJI Matrice 600 Pro over Hops Field in Bavaria CHRSE cap below Headwall Nano with LiDAR payload on DJI Matrice 600 Pro preparing to fly over hops field in Bavaria Flight planning for CHRSE mission over hops field in Bavaria

View a Recording featuring the Webinar and both sets of Q&A (recommended)

View the Recording of the First Webinar, scheduled for EMEA viewers

View the Recording of the Second Webinar, scheduled for US-Canada-LatAm viewers

(may require free registration)

 

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