Course Categories: Digital Imaging

IT311 – Sensors Used in Connected and Automated Vehicles

A course in the Vehicle Engineering Technician, Automotive Technology Associate Degree at Macomb Community College This course introduces students to principles of sensors (GPS, MEMS, LIDAR, Radar, Ultrasonic, Infrared) used in connected and automated vehicles, locomotion, autonomous mobile robots.

DRONETECH: Drones and Geospatial Applications

This collection includes materials from the DroneTech Educator Workshop: Drones and Geospatial Applications that was held by the National Center for Autonomous Technologies (NCAT). “This workshop … focus[ed] on developing and integrating practical applications of Drone and Geospatial Technology use into curriculum. Ongoing applied research projects … provide[d] data and examples of how drones and …

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Unsupervised Classification of Drone Multispectral Images and Landcover Analysis

In this activity provided by the Unmanned Aircraft System operations Technician Education Program (UASTEP), students will be introduced to a multispectral sensor that can be used with a drone or unmanned aircraft system. In addition, students will analyze multispectral data from the sensor by using a variety of geoprocessing tools found in the ArcGIS Pro …

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Digital Imaging with Drones II

This course covers intermediate uses of unmanned vehicles for digital imaging. This hands-on course covers high resolution video, aerial imaging, intelligent mission planning, and the use of underwater remotely operated vehicles (ROV) for image capture, editing, mapping and related uses.

Digital Imaging with Drones

Digital Imaging with Drones at Palomar College is an introduction to using drones or unmanned vehicles for digital imaging. This hands-on course covers building, operating, and outfitting for still and video imaging and image capture.

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