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Wednesday, July 15 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
DroneDataBuddy: Tooling to capture and publish drone captured scientific data

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The Linked Data And Networked Drones (LANDRS) project is working to develop software tools for capturing fully annotated scientific data captured using drones. This workshop will be a hands on tutorial and hackathon during which the LANDRS tool stack and DroneDataBuddy application will be introduced. Attendees will be guided through a laptop based tutorial (using simulated drones and remote services) demonstrating how to install and use the LANDRS tools as if they were setting up a drone for a data capture campaign. At least 20min will be allocated for attendees to provide feedback to the LANDRS project team on how well or poorly these tools might suit their current operations. The LANDRS tools are fully open source, born out of a need first identified within ESIP, and are being built with the scientific community as the primary target user, all feedback will be welcome.

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Lindsay Barbieri

University of Vermont
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Jane Wyngaard

University of Notre Dame
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Charles Vardeman

Research Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame

Wednesday July 15, 2020 4:00pm - 5:30pm EDT
Room 8