A multispectral camera captures image data within specific wavelength ranges (also called spectral bands) across the electromagnetic spectrum. They often include a combination of both visible light and EM radiation outside of what the human eye can see.
Multispectral cameras mounted on drones are primarily used in one industry right now; agriculture. By picking the right spectral bands, a drone-mounted multispectral camera can be used to manage crops, soil, fertilizing and irrigation more effectively.
This course will teach you how to choose and use a drone mounted multispectral camera so that you can find work in this exciting new area of technology.
This online drone training course provides a comprehensive introduction to drone thermography.
Complying with international (ISO) standards for thermography, it covers the fundamentals of infrared science and thermal physics, thermal camera design and operation, and an introduction to interpreting thermal images.
It concludes with a section giving you the practical knowledge necessary to perform live inspections of photovoltaic cell solar panels.
The first course is Telecom 1 which gives you a basic understanding of Electromagnetic Energy/Radio Frequencies and how both can impact your health and UAS.
Examples provided within are a combination of International and United States rules and regulations. We have selected the best examples of what is used globally in order to give you the most useful information possible.
A comprehensive understanding of the type of energy fields that surround all of us every day and how they impact us as humans and as the pilots of a UAS is essential. For most work pilots perform, the intended end result is to capture images or video with a camera; this needs to be done with a full knowledge of the potential hazards involved, for both the pilot and the drone.
This drone surveying course is about the creation of maps, 3D models, and other geographical data via drone.
It is most commonly done by taking many images at different locations and then using software to merge them all together, creating a geometrically accurate map or model. In practice, this is accomplished using software that automates both flight and image capture.
This course will teach you the basics of still digital photography and how it applies to the work you will perform as a UAS Pilot.
A comprehensive understanding of digital photography is imperative to being a successful UAS Pilot. For most work pilots perform, the end result is to capture some form of images or video with a camera. This course provides the core knowledge needed to start taking professional quality photos.
Making pro-quality videos involves much more than taking a few nice shots. Clients expect a well edited, slick product, complete with captions, music and presented in the correct digital format for the specific application they have in mind.
This course complements the Photography course well; that course introduces all the principles of photography and applies them to the world of drones.
The Drone Videographer course goes further and explains how to create stunning, professional videos to meet the demands of a paying client.
They are completely online available and relevant to the worldwide Drone professional.
They are hosted, created and maintained by our training partner ABJ Academy.
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