Quantitative Rating System for Imagery Acquired with Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are increasingly used for acquiring aerial images due to their flexibility, low operational cost, and perceived ease of use in comparison to manned aircrafts. However, UAVs can be subjected to relatively higher instability leading to more pitch-roll-yaw and drift problems than manned aircrafts. Hence images acquired from the UAVs could suffer from distortion which will limit their use. Currently, there is a lack of studies that have systematically evaluated how these distortions affect the usefulness and interpretability of the images. This project will focus on ...
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