Dan Staley, a principal of Arbor Drone and the pilot in charge of Thursday’s project, said one benefit of the overflight and sensor technology to identify emerald ash borer infested trees is that “once you find it, you can define it and follow it.” Read the Article...
"Darren Ceckanowicz, EV Technical Director of the Environmental Program at Colorado College readies a drone to take aerial images of ash trees damaged by the emerald ash borer in Boulder on Thursday…" Read the article here
Arbor Drone LLC, Spectrabotics LLC, and researchers from Colorado College will collect data using drone flights over southwest Boulder this week to study trees affected by Emerald Ash Borer. See the broadcast here
"…Staley is partnering with researchers from Colorado College and a Colorado Springs-based startup called Spectrabotics to collect and study data using drones. On Thursday, the group launched drones…" Read the article here