MESA Lab was invited to contribute to ASPRS MRS-4 project

November 10, 2014

MESA Lab was invited to contribute to ASPRS MRS-4 project

Congratulations. Professor Chen and MESA Lab was invited by Prof. Costas Armenakis to contribute to ASPRS MRS-4 project. The American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) has initiated development of the fourth edition of the Manual of Remote Sensing (MRS) under the leadership of Stan Morain as Editor-in-Chief, Mike Renslow as Associate and Technical Editor, and Amelia Budge as Associate and Design Editor. This project, planned for completion in 2015, will be designed and executed as an enhanced e-book and will focus on three Parts: Systems, Data Management, and Applications.

Our contributions will be in Chapter-4. We plan to contribute

  • Small UAS Platform Selection (UC Merced, Prof. YangQuan Chen group)
  • Small UAS Insurance and Risk Assessment (UC Merced, Prof. YangQuan Chen group)
  • Small UAS Specialized Payloads: Thermal Infrared (TIR) Camera and Shortwave Infrared (SWIR) camera (UC Merced, Prof. YangQuan Chen group)

A possible MRS4 template link. (local copy)