WEP.U: Remote Sensing using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Session Type: Poster
Time: Wednesday, July 27, 17:00 - 18:30
Location: Poster Area U
Session Chair: Albin Gasiewski, University of Colorado at Boulder
 
WEP.U.1: AIRBORNE GPR: ADVANCES AND NUMERICAL SIMULATION
         Sixin Liu; Jilin University
         Yanqian Feng; The Third Railway Survey and Design Institute Group Corporation
 
WEP.U.2: A SIMPLIFIED AEROMAGNETIC COMPENSATION MODEL FOR LOW MAGNETISM UAV PLATFORM
         Baogang Zhang; State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science
         Ziqi Guo; State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science
         Yanchao Qiao; College of Earth Science
 
WEP.U.3: ERROR ANALYSIS OF DEM DERIVED FROM AIRBORNE SINGLE-PASS INTERFEROMETRIC SAR DATA
         Zhongchang Sun; Center for Earth Observation and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences
         Huadong Guo; Center for Earth Observation and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences
         Xinwu Li; Center for Earth Observation and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences
         Mengmei Jiao; Beijing Explo-Tech Engineering Corp
 
WEP.U.4: NEAR-SPACE VEHICLES IN MICOWAVE REMOTE SENSING
         Wen-Qin Wang; University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
         Jingye Cai; University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
 
WEP.U.5: UAV-BASED REMOTE SENSING PAYLOAD PRE-LAUNCH CALIBRATION AND VALIDATION SYSTEM
         Chaoliang Wang; Academy of Opto-Electronics / Chinese Academy of Sciences
         Chuanrong Li; Academy of Opto-Electronics / Chinese Academy of Sciences
         Lingli Tang; Academy of Opto-Electronics / Chinese Academy of Sciences
         Jing Wang; Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
 
WEP.U.6: USING A MULTISPECTRAL AUTONOMOUS UNMANNED AERIAL REMOTE SENSING PLATFORM (AGGIEAIR) FOR RIPARIAN AND WETLANDS APPLICATIONS
         Austin Jensen; Utah State University
         Thomas Hardy; Texas State University
         Mac Mckee; Utah State University
         Yangquan Chen; Utah State University
 
WEP.U.7: EMPLOYING AUTONOMOUS TECHNOLOGIES IN GLOBAL EARTH OBSERVATIONS
         Malcolm Blow; NOAA
         Abdollah Homaifar; NOAA