GatorEye Unmanned Flying Laboratory
sensor fusion for 4D ecological analysis through custom hardware and algorithm integration
Broadbent EN, Almeyda Zambrano AM, et al.. In Prep. The GatorEye Unmanned Flying Laboratory: sensor fusion for 4D ecological analysis through custom hardware and algorithm integration.
Download link: In prep GatorEye overview manuscript
Download link: Full data access
The GatorEye is a novel combined hardware system and custom algorithm workflow, which collects and then, in post-processing, generates unique data fusion product deliverables incorporating LiDAR, hyperspectral, thermal, and visual sensors. The system is co-directed by Drs. Broadbent and Almeyda Zambrano, who manage flight operations, data processing, algorithm development and calibration/validation, and applications. Development of the system began in 2016, and hardware integration has been conducted in close collaboration with leading Aerospace and Sensor companies, specifically Phoenix LiDAR Systems and Headwall Photonics. The system is of scientific interest to many faculty, researchers, and students at the University of Florida and around the world. Detailed and updated information on the hardware and deliverables is available in the in prep manuscript, via the download link provided above.
If you have an research collaboration you would like to discuss please contact Eben Broadbent (cell: 1-650-204-1051; email: firstname.lastname@example.org) or Angelica Almeyda Zambrano via email. Thanks for your interest!
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