March 2016 

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Using UAVs to Advance the Mapping and Modeling of
Geohazards and Infrastructure

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Kevin W. Franke

Date

14 March 16

Number

3

Abstract

This talk will present some of the recent
applications and advancements of unmanned
aerial vehicles (UAVs) to Structure from Motion
(SfM) computer vision mapping and modeling
of various geohazards and infrastructure.
Models of geohazards include regional
landslides and post-earthquake soil
liquefaction. Models for various rock outcrops
will also be shown, and some potential use
cases discussed. Dr. Franke will discuss his
group’s use of various types of UAV platforms,
along with lessons learned from the field. Some
discussion will be provided about current and
future research into anomaly detection,
optimized flight path algorithms, and use of
alternative sensors such as LiDAR.

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Bob Biek

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