Heliguy Blog: Drones for Climate

UK drone company Heliguy recently ran a blog article about my work with drones in the Arctic including on my Microsoft/National Geographic AI for Earth grant.

Drones have been increasingly important in my work on Arctic climate change, especially in mapping melting over glacier surfaces and as a way to link ground measurements with satellite remote sensing. I have recently passed the UK CAA Permissions for Commercial Operations assessments, so please reach out with projects and collaboration ideas related to drone photography or remote sensing.

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Image taken from a quadcopter while mapping the ice surface, near point 660, Greenland Ice Sheet.

 

 

 

 

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