As a part of the Digital Landscape Architecture International Conference 2021(http://2021.dla-conference.com), a workshop UAV in Landscape Architecture was held on 26. May. 2021.
In the workshop, use cases, as well as practical requirements were presented and discussed.
Especially, there were considerable questions and feedback regarding the using and operating UAVs, and post-processing in terms of landscape design, planning process, and teaching among over 60 participants from all over the world online.
The following topics were presented and discussed:
- Different UAV and sensor systems.
- The working process for the generation of orthophotos and surface models.
- Resolution and accuracy requirements.
- Use cases of Aerial photography, the derivation of 3D point clouds, thermal or hyperspectral imaging.
- Practical cases in landscape architecture, landscape planning and nature conservation.
- Future requirements and possible applications.
- Discussion of integration opportunities in landscape architecture and environmental planning education programs.
- Jozef Sedlacek, PhD., AKM – landscape modeling lab, Department of Landscape Planning, Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic
- Radim Klepárník, AKM – landscape modeling lab, Department of Landscape Planning, Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic
- Matthias Pietsch, Prof. Dr., Landscape Architect, Head of Research Group Applied Geoinformatics and Remote Sensing, Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Bernburg, Germany
- Dae Yong Kim, Research Group Applied Geoinformatics and Remote Sensing, Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Bernburg.