We reported on a trial in a recent issue of Friday Offcuts where researchers from NSW DPI, University of Tasmania, Interpine, SCION and the University of Sydney have been working collaboratively on an FWPA funded remote sensing project. The joint trial is designed to assess and compare data captured from a range of sensors and aerial and ground-based platforms in order to extract detailed information relating to stand and tree level attributes.
In addition to the previous story, a video has recently been posted from the team at Carabost State Forest P. radiata plantation in southern NSW. Further details on the project and outcomes can be viewed here.
Source: R&D Works, April 2018, Interpine