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QA4UAV Workshop Organised by MRIWA
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QA4UAV Workshop Organised by MRIWA

The Minerals Research Institute Western Australia (MRIWA) along with the Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRCSI) are hosting a workshop on the 24th of October to develop and deliver an assisted ‘best practice’ process for the capture and automated quality assurance of imagery and photogrammetry data acquired from Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs, or Drones) and other airborne platforms. This half day workshop is suitable for those organisations using Drones/UAV for data capture and wish to improve and manage the capture and quality assurance of such data capture jobs.

As drones have the potential to provide up to date information on a mine site through low cost, high frequency capture processes, the influx of new sensors, aircrafts and requirements has added to the skillset that organisations have to acquire and hold. This workshop will explore the needs for automation of this process to assist in the design, capture and quality assurance of such capture programs.

The aims of the workshop are to:

  • Identify the strategies used to acquire aerial photogrammetric (RPAS/Drone/UAV) data
  • Identify the range of applications in which aerial photogrammetric data is employed
  • Understand the specific acquisition and data requirements of these applications
  • Understand the expectations users have for a quality assurance tool

It is suitable for Data Managers, Mine Site Planners, Environmental Officers, Surveyor, IT Managers and UAV suppliers.

To register for this free workshop please visit:

For enquiries please contact Darren Mottolini, Research Manager WA. Email:

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