Using conservationdrone images to automatically count oil-palm trees using the spatial modeller in ERDAS IMAGINE 2015
ConservationDrones.org provided images to Sterling Geo to develop an automated method for counting palm trees from UAV imagery using ERDAS IMAGINE 2015 Spatial Modeller. For further information visit http://www.sterlinggeo.com
The Sterling Geo team made a video that illustrates the process.
I have been seeing several posts about oil palm landscapes and respective data analysis.
As I asked here (http://goo.gl/Ebj1IC), could you shortly elucidate in which way the mapping of oil palms is related to a conservation work?
I just would like to understand if oil palm plantations can or are being used in a somewhat more sustainable way, since I never heard about such a case.
I’m currently conducting research on the monitoring of human activities in protected areas in DRC using UAV Jean Semeki, Ir MscTél:+243 81 03 57 279 / 994067571 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Skype: jean.semekiKinshasa-RDCongo”Et Dieu plaça l’homme dans le jardin pour le cultiver et le garder”, Gen 2:15
Great, if you want to give us some more details please do so.