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DIDRO Project - New means for surveying dikes and similar flood defense structures

Abstract : The 36-month-long DIDRO project seeks to bring existing developments on remote sensing by drone on the scope of the project: dikes surveys as routine inspection or in relation to a flood crisis. Drone offers a new complementary means of surveying which can map broad areas efficiently while being more flexible and easier to operate than other airborne means. The system shall consist in a drone vector, in dedicated sensors (such as LiDAR, visible, near-infrared and thermal infrared optics), in data processing models with analytics specific to dikes surveying and finally in a GIS capitalizing all appropriate data to dikes managers.
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T. Miquel, J.L. Sorin, J. Maurin, R. Tourment, F. Pons, et al.. DIDRO Project - New means for surveying dikes and similar flood defense structures. 3rd European Conference on Flood Risk Management FLOODrisk 2016, Oct 2016, Lyon, France. 7 p. ⟨hal-01432850⟩

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