October 2017

Webinar - Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) used on Highways 

November 7          1:00 pm – 2:30 pm EDT

Hosted by FHWA

Items discussed include 1) geotechnical & engineering geology use of UAS along highways, 2) types of missions applicable to geotechnical investigations, 3) mission planning - manual versus autonomous flights, and 4) post flight processing - types of final maps and models that can be created.

Expert Presenters

Chester F. Watts, PhD, PG (Skip), Director, Geohazards & Unmanned Systems Research Center, Radford University
Khalid Mohamed, Geotechnical Engineer, FHWA

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