|Wednesday, September 28, 2022||9:30 AM EDT||Your Desk!|
Applanix, along with HySpex (NEO), will be presenting a free webinar on hyperspectral imaging using Direct Georeferencing (GNSS/Inertial technology) for UAV mapping projects. It will focus on enabling high-accuracy and high-resolution hyperspectral surveying for various applications such as geological exploration, precision agriculture, or environmental monitoring.
In this webinar, you can learn how Direct Georeferencing is applied to hyperspectral surveying and mapping, and how UAV hyperspectral data can be transformed into high-accuracy orthorectified images that can be used as interpretation-ready mapping products. The processing workflow will be demonstrated in a recent mineral mapping case study on a copper skarn open pit mine in Tucson, Arizona
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Sales Manager of UAV Business Unit, Applanix Corporation (Trimble)
Brad Schmidt is the Global UAV Sales Manager at Applanix, managing sales activities for the company’s UAV Business Segment. Brad has more than 30 years of experience working within the geomatics industry; he’s been a business owner, educator, and technical specialist, and has extensive experience working in senior management, business development, and sales positions.
He holds a Master of Science degree in Geography with a specialization in remote sensing from the University of Calgary and an Honors Undergraduate degree from Wilfrid Laurier University, also in Geography. He has also completed a series of post-degree studies in remote sensing and geology while at the University of Waterloo
Hyperspectral Application Specialist, Neo Hyspex
Dennis Adamek is a Hyperspectral Application Specialist at NEO HySpex. In this position, he deals with industrial and remote sensing applications of hyperspectral imaging, focusing on hyperspectral data processing and analysis. His expertise lies in geospatial and spectral data processing, remote sensing, and optics.
He holds a Master of Science degree in Physics with a specialization in optics and spectral data analysis from the University of Jena, Germany.