Low-cost UAV-SFM for conservation
Photo: Scott Nielsen
One of our 3DR Iris+ workhorse UAVs launching with a Ricoh GR payload.
Developing low-cost Unmanned Aerial Vehicle systems for conservation and monitoring applications
Alberta, Canada
Principle Investigator
Research Technologist
Supervisor
Associate Professor & Alberta Biodiversity Conservation Chair
Status: Active, Study began in 2014, currently in progress.

Tobias is developing technologies and methods for applications of UAV (drones) in conservation.  Much of the focus is currently on monitoring and understanding vegetation regrowth in disturbed boreal forests associated with in situ oil sands legacy footprints (especially seismic lines).