AN ASSESSMENT OF 2D AND 3D SPATIAL ACCURACY OF PHOTOGRAMMETRY FOR LIVESTOCK HEALTH MONITORING

Luis Felipe Pampolini
The overall objective of this study was to evaluate the use of consumer-grade unmanned aircraft systems for image-based remote sensing in agriculture with application towards livestock health monitoring. A two-dimensional spatial error experiment was conducted to quantify the spatial accuracy of georeferenced orthomosaic imagery collected using a drone and processed with photogrammetry software. Treatment variables included altitude above ground level and image data type (visible and multispectral). The results from the ANOVA test indicated that...
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