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Approaching the Age of Personal Remote Sensing

February 14, 2014

Approaching the Age of Personal Remote Sensing

With unmanned aircraft systems looming, personal remote sensing by large numbers of individuals and businesses will become routine. By Mike Tully, president and CEO, Aerial Services Inc. (www.aerialservicesinc.com), Cedar Falls, Iowa. For the geospatial and remote sensing professions, unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) represent the most significant onslaught of enabling technology since the first camera took