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Michael Wing


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From the Autonomous Systems @ OSU conference.

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Michael Wing

  1. 1.  OSU was first public entity in Oregon to receive a COA ◦ Initial COA flight in 2012  OSU has: ◦ 25 active COAs ◦ 5 pending COAs ◦ Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Montana, Oklahoma ◦ UAS flights in Turkey, Indonesia, and Mexico  Dedicated to UAS flights for remote sensing ◦ Agriculture ◦ Earth and Oceanic Sciences ◦ Engineering ◦ Forestry ◦ Fish and Wildlife ◦ Search and Rescue
  2. 2.  Grass Seed Certification, Willamette Valley, OR  Fiber Optic Cable Measurements – John Day River, OR  Swiss Needle Cast – Western Oregon, OR  Mangrove Health- Cozumel, Mexico  Salmon Surveys – South Umpqua River, OR  Burn Severity Mapping – Corvallis, OR  Biomass Grinding Estimation – Eugene, OR  Digital Modeling of Forest Canopy Structure – Siberut, Indonesia  Fiber Optic Cable Measurements – Hermiston, OR  Biomass Volume Measurements- Frasier, CO  Swiss Needle Cast – Blodgett, OR  Wildfire Burn Severity – Warm Springs, OR  Vineyard Vigor Mapping - Amity, OR  Golden Eagle Habitat - Warm Springs, OR  Forest Regeneration Survey – Oregon
  3. 3. Acres (millions) 4.1 3.9 34.1
  4. 4.  Albatross (1)  Beaver (4)  Bixler (2)  Gwaihir (1)  Matrix (2)  Maja (1)  Phantom (1)  Quad trainer (1)  Volitare (2)  Y6 (1)
  5. 5.  Tyler, S., J. Selker, C. Higgins, and M.G. Wing. In press. CTEMPs begins support of unmanned aerial systems for earth science investigators. EOS.  Wing, M.G., J. Burnett, J. Brungardt, D. Dobler, and V. Cordell. In press. Search and rescue operations with an unmanned helicopter. International Journal of Remote Sensing Applications.  Beck, S.J.C., M.J. Olsen, J. Sessions, and M.G. Wing. In press. Automated extraction of forest road network geometry from aerial LiDAR. European Journal of Forest Engineering.  Gülci, N., A.E. Akay, O. Erdaş, H.H. Acar, and M.G. Wing. In press. Controlled sliding of logs downhill by chute system integrated with portable winch and synthetic rope. Journal of the Faculty of Forestry Istanbul University.  Simwanda, M., J. Sessions, K. Boston, and M.G. Wing. In press. Modeling biomass transport on single lane forest roads. Forest Science.  Wing, M.G., K. Brown, D.C. Godwin, P.D. Ries, and R. Emanuel. In press. Land cover transitions and forest spatial patterns within four developing Oregon communities. International Journal of Advanced Remote Sensing and GIS.  Wing, M.G. and J. Long. In press. A 25-year history of spatial and temporal trends in wildfire activity in Oregon and Washington, U.S.A. Modern Applied Science.  Edson, C. and M.G. Wing. In press. LiDAR elevation and DEM errors in forested settings. Modern Applied Science.  Wing, M.G., J. Burnett, S. Johnson, A. Akay, and J. Sessions. 2014. A low-cost unmanned aerial system for remote sensing of forested landscapes. International Journal of Remote Sensing 4(3): 113-120. doi: 10.14355/ijrsa.2014.0403.01.  Wing, M.G., J. Burnett, and J. Sessions. 2014. Remote sensing and unmanned aerial system technology for monitoring and quantifying forest fire impacts. International Journal of Remote Sensing Applications 4(1): 18-35.  Craven, M. and M.G. Wing. 2014. Applying airborne LiDAR for forested road geomatics. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 29(2): 174-182.  Frank, J. and M.G. Wing. 2014. Balancing horizontal accuracy and data collection efficiency with mapping-grade GPS receivers. Forestry 87(3): 389-397.  Akay, A.E., M.G. Wing, and J. Sessions. 2014. Estimating sediment reduction cost for low-volume forest roads using a LiDAR-derived high-resolution DEM. The Baltic Journal of Road and Bridge Engineering 9(1): 52-57.  Wing, M.G., J. Burnett, J. Sessions, J. Brungardt, V. Cordell, D. Dobler, and D. Wilson. 2013. Eyes in the sky: Remote sensing technology development using small unmanned aircraft systems. Journal of Forestry 111(5): 341-347.  Frank, J. and M.G. Wing. 2013. Differential GPS effectiveness in measuring area and perimeter in forested settings. Measurement Science and Technology 24(10): 105801.  Wing, M.G., M. Craven, J. Sessions, & J. Wimer. 2013. LiDAR-derived DEM and raw height comparisons along profile corridor gradients within a forest. Journal of Geographic Information System 5(2): 109-116.
  6. 6.  Over 20 demos and presentations in 2014/2015 ◦ K-12, Higher Education, Conferences, and Legislators  Pilot’s exam test preparation ◦ OSU faculty and students (May 2015, 26 attendees)  UAS workshops ◦ Oregon / Washington first applied UAS workshop (May 4, 2015) ◦ 3-day NSF UAS CTEMPS (June 23-25, 2015) ◦ Upcoming: 2-day UAS fundamentals (Sep. 24-25, 2015)  UAS Geomatics (FE 432 / 532), Fall 2015 ◦ First UAS applications course at OSU
  7. 7.  Elk Surveys (Western Oregon)  Grass Seed Flights (Willamette Valley, OR)  Vineyard Flights (Mosel Valley, Germany)  Forest Inventory (Rwanda, Africa)  Golden Eagle Habitat (Warm Springs, OR)  Wheat Surveys (Hermiston, OR)  Tree Seedlings (Dorena Tree Genetics site, OR)  CTEMPs (Nevada)  FAA UAS COE flights
  8. 8.  AIS Laboratory ◦  AirCTEMPs ◦