Department of Landscape Management

Unmanned Systems

Unmanned aircraft have been used for science and research by the Department of Landscape Management since 2015. In the early days, members of the Department delved into the development of own unmanned system for photogrammetry. In 2016, the Department procured a DJI S 900 hexacopter with a mirrorless camera, and the same year saw the Agency successfully obtain licences for aerial work - OK-X021Q.

Unmanned systems - drones are used by the Department for the purposes of Bachelor’s, diploma and dissertation theses:

Unmanned systems are also used for research in the following projects:

  • Disposal of radiation-contaminated biomass after a NPP accident - distribution in the landscape, logistics of harvest, use of biogas technology. No. VI20172020098
  • Automation and objectification of monitoring of piscivorous predators. No. QK1920102

Faculty drones in the media

Drones of the Faculty of Agriculture and Technology

DJI M300 with camera H20T

DJI M300

DJI MAVIC Enterprise Dual with RGB and thermal camera

DJI MAVIC Enterprise Dual

DJI Phantom 4 Multispectral

DJI Phantom 4 Multispectral

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