Identifying invasive species in New York
AI helps scale land monitoring methodologies using sUAS imagery across numerous image captures. The combination of high-resolution imagery and AI has the potential to reduce time in the field, identify previously unknown areas of invasive plants, and help cover more area than possible with field work alone.
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National Highways - Intelligent Environmental Estate
National Highways (formally Highways England) is the government agency responsible for operating, maintaining, and improving England’s strategic road network. The organisation aspires to an intelligent, digitally enabled network that operates harmoniously with the surrounding environment, harnessing data, technology, and connectivity to optimise their activities.
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High-resolution remote sensing for land restoration and biodiversity management.