Welcome to the latest issue of Foresttech.News.
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Finally, next week we are running the Australian leg of the ForestTECH 2019 technology series. This will be followed a week later by the Rotorua event. There are already a couple of hundred registered, so if you are considering attending, this is your last chance.
Check out all the articles and enjoy this month’s issue.
Stories this issue:
- Deep learning algorithm can identify seedlings
- Technologies for the Future: A Lidar Overview
- Can Drones Compete with Satellite Images? How BVLOS Will Change Global Agriculture
- When Photogrammetry Meets Lidar: Towards the Airborne Hybrid Era
- New Airbus and DroneDeploy Partnership
- Mapping experts win award for leadership in crisis
- Airspace integration trials programme
- InSAR remote sensing for forest inventory
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