CCLM Webinar - The Application of Drone and Unoccupied Aerial Vehicle Technology in Conservation Work

Gregory McDermid
Travis Krebs
Dani Degenhardt
Marcus Becker
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Featuring a variety of short presentations delivered by knowledgeable experts, this webinar showcases some of the exciting ways conservation researchers and practitioners are applying drones and UAVs to their work. Presentations are followed by an interactive panel discussion. The use of drones and unoccupied aerial vehicles (UAVs) is becoming increasingly popular among practitioners working towards various conservation goals. They provide a cost-effective way to gather data from normally hard-to-access locations, and cause minimal disturbance to wildlife and the landscape. New and emerging technologies continue to advance the capabilities of these innovative tools, offering users more diverse ways to operate and apply drones and UAVs to their data collection strategies.