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    Title: 應用UAV空拍正射影像於水稻倒伏辨識之研究
    Recognization of rice damage area on UAV ortho-images
    With the global greenhouse effect, extreme climate is becoming more and more serious. Therefore, the agricultural work in Taiwan is not immune to the impact, farmers and farmland damage needs more attention. The aerial photography of unmanned aerial vehicles in remote sensing technology has the advantages of real time, high mobility, flexible payload, low cost scale and low technology scale. It can be put into ground investigation in time after the disaster, and if complete and accurate geographical alignment procedures, high-precision and high-resolution image results can be produced, it provides another option for disaster damage area assessment. This study selects sites in paddy field of Yuanli Town of Miaoli County in Taiwan. The sites set 34 e-GPS measurement control points, 5cm flat longitude, 306 photos obtained through aerial photographs, 258 hectares, and know the status of the vegetation index of rice lodging through unmanned aerial vehicles with normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI).
    Authors: 梁升豪
    Contributors: 應用空間資訊系
    Keywords: 遙測
    Date: 2020
    Issue Date: 2022-10-21 10:27:03 (UTC+8)
    Relation: 學年度:108, 50頁
    Appears in Collections:[Dept. of Applied Geoinformatics] Dissertations and Theses

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