Workshop im Cambridge
The European Union's COST Action ES 0802 "Unmanned Aerial Systems in Atmspheric Research" in collaboration with the Royal Meteorological Society and the UK Met Office announce a workshop and an exhibition and invite oral and poster presentations for a workshop on Scientific Applications of Unmanned Aerial Systems in Atmospheric Research, Clare College, Cambridge and Met Office, Cardington, 22nd - 24th September, 2010.
The main objective of the workshop is to demonstrate the practical uses of UAS in atmospheric research, giving results from past field campaigns and describing the state- of-the-art instrumentation automation and miniaturisation. Emphasis within the workshop is in Light UAS (LUAS) platforms, although the High Altitude Long Endurance (HALE) community is welcome. Future practical demonstrations of UAS capability will be advertised, giving an opportunity for the LUAS community to network and add value to their proposed campaigns. This aspect is augmented by a Demonstration Day of flying and static UAS and instruments at Met Office Cardington.
We therefore invite talks and posters
- Results from scientific UAS field campaigns
- Atmospheric Instrumentation Development for UAS
- Future planned campaigns using UAS
For more information see here.