Paul is a GI Remote Sensing Scientist with an extensive range of experience in remote sensing, image processing and GIS analysis.
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Paul has worked on numerous projects, as outlined below, to contribute
towards the team mission of providing science-based evaluation and
advice on the impacts of changing pressures on the agricultural and
Paul is a qualified UAV Pilot, highly experienced piloting both fixed-wing and rotary UAVs. He has extensive knowledge of a wide variety of software packages required for image processing and analysis including Pix4D, ERDAS IMAGINE, ER Mapper, eCognition, ArcGIS, PCI Geomatica, Global Mapper, QGIS and GRASS amongst others.
Paul is an associate member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and has worked recently on;
Whether you need to survey land to monitor crop health or yields, identify tree species, assess vegetation cover, or map large sites to determine ground conditions and resource availability, our Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) scientists can use cutting-edge UAV and sensor technology to supply all the imagery and analysis you need.
Brown, P. A and Butler, L. (2016) UAV for automated crop count. The Journal of the Institute of Food Science and Technology. http://www.fstjournal.org/features/uav-automated-crop-count
16th May 2017: ESRI UK Annual Conference Speaker
Remote Sensing, Image Processing and GIS analysis
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