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Field of application


Information gained via aerial remote sensing technologies contributes to the planning and management practices of either public or private forests and the assessment of health conditions of trees. Climate change may affect the composition of forests, which can have negative effects on endangered plant and animal species and on artificial and natural habitats. Aerial imagery give the basis to determine several tree species, to identify invasive species, to map areas of encroachment, to determine the heath state of a given area, to explore damages, to map endangered tree species, to determine the relief characteristics of the examined area (slope, aspect, elevation above sea level) and to analyse soil conditions. The collected new data contributes to more effective forest planning and management with forests as natural resources.

Potential applications:

  • Private and public forestry
  • Forest managers
  • Wildlife managers
  • Environmental protection agencies
Field of applicationTechnology
Estimation of parameters with which biomass of arboreal plants can be determined (e.g.: tree species, height of trees, canopy size and density)
Determining canopy covered areas
Categorising vegetation by density (e.g.: low vegetation, bushes and shrubs, true forests)
Robust mapping of species
Species level forest mapping and analysing their condition
Detecting arboreal invasive species
Supplying data for forest management plans
Plant water balance analysis
Preparation for wildfires, wildfire spread models
Determining elevation above sea level
Identifying closed basins
Determining slope categories
Determining aspect categories

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