Prof. Jan-Peter Mund presented at the Photonics Days Berlin Brandenburg. Over 500 participants had registered for the virtual event to discuss the latest tech developments, that emerge with innovation in quantum technologies, integrated photonics and the integration of artificial intelligence.
Prof. Mund presented on monitoring forest diseases and threats with UAV imagery and artifical intelligence. He elaborated on key applications including multi-sensor application for detecting and monitoring forest fires, multispectral application for detecting and monitoring forest diseases and RGB Sensors producing large scale image mosaics and AI training data and prediction. Vehicle velocity and multiple sensor payloads, near-real-time calibration of sensors, GSD scalability, near-real-time observation, fast and flexible deployment, large AI training sample production and the adaptation of AI – methods and algorithms – are advantages of working with UAV and AI.