Unmanned Aerial Systems for Forest Operations: Ontario Workshops (Hearst, Thunder Bay & Kenora) – March 2016

Recent technological advances in the area of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) have led to affordable and flexible solutions for planning forest operations and monitoring compliance. The Canadian Institute of Forestry, in collaboration with FPInnovations and Sumac Geomatics, has organized a series of workshop on UAS use and application in forestry operations here in Ontario.  These one day workshops will provide an introduction to UAS, examine current practices from theory to operations and highlight real world case studies. The series of workshops’ technical presentations will feature experts, intent on challenging participants to truly learn, not only Unmanned Aerial Systems tools, technology and products, but also to recognize and understand their advantage and value relating to forestry and natural resources management policy, planning and practice.

For more information, please click on the links below:

Hearst – March 8th 2016

Thunder Bay – March 22nd 2016

Kenora – March 24th 2016