My name is April, and I am a geography professor at Cuyahoga Community College. I’m an educator who teaches OpenStreetMap, and have been watching OpenDroneMap grow over the years. I encourage my students to get involved with open spatial work. I know another student, who is working to try to solve a problem for photogrammetrists, and I was hoping a few of you could spare 5 minutes to help him out. I’ll let him explain his work to you.
Thank you! Be well!
My name is Sam M. and I am a 5th grader working on a project for the Invention Convention Competition in June of 2020. I have invented a Hot-Air Kite, and would like some feedback from the aerial photography community to make sure my idea will fit the needs of aerial photographers.
The Hot Air Kite can be thought of as a non-helium version of the Helikite, a kite and hot air balloon combo. Helium is becoming a rare element, and is used in medicine, welding, and in missions to space, and it is becoming expensive. I made my project in an effort to preserve helium.
Would you please take 5 minutes to complete this survey? Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Sam M.