Geomatics Professor contributes to new book: Unmanned Vehicle Systems for Geomatics
Geomatics Engineering Professor Costas Armenakis adds textbook editor and author to his resume with the release of Geomatics book, Unmanned Vehicle Systems for Geomatics: Towards Robotic Mapping.
Along with Petros Patias, Armenakis contributed as a co-editor and chapter author for the text, published by Whittles Publishing.
The book contributes to the transformative and revolutionary use of small, unmanned vehicle systems for three-dimensional geospatial data acquisition and mapping, which is considered to be a paradigm shift in the science and technology of geomatics. The text provides a breadth of knowledge on the subject including:
- a systematic and comprehensive approach for the use of small mobile unmanned systems for robotic geomatics research and applications
- presents the state-of-the-art use of low-cost unmanned vehicle systems (UVS) with emphasis on the unmanned aerial systems (UAS) for geomatics technologies and practices
- contains the most recent developments in methods, systems and innovative applications
To order a copy, visit the Whittles Publishing website or contact them directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 440-1593-731333.