Research Output per year
To prevent aggravation of existing poverty in semi-arid savannas, a comprehensive concept for the sustainable adaptive management and use of these ecosystems under unprecedented conditions is needed. SAVMAP is an innovative, trans-, and inter-disciplinary initiative whose goal is to develop a valuable monitoring tool for both sustainable land-use management and rare species conservation (black rhinoceros) in semi-arid savanna in Namibia. SAVMAP uses near real-time ultrahigh-resolution photographic imaging (NURI) facilitated by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) designed at EPFL.
|Date made available||29 Mar 2015|
|Date of data production||May 2014|
Tuia, D., 2017, In : Remote Sensing of Environment. 200, p. 341-351
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Academic › peer-review
Reinhard, F. (Creator), Parkan, M. (Creator), Produit, T. (Creator), Betschart, S. (Creator), Bacchilega, B. (Creator), Hauptfleisch, M. L. (Creator), Meier, P. (Creator), Joost, S. (Creator), Tuia, D. (Contributor) (29 Mar 2015). Near real-time ultrahigh-resolution imaging from unmanned aerial vehicles for sustainable land use management and biodiversity conservation in semi-arid savanna under regional and global change (SAVMAP)10.5281/zenodo.1204408