Live webinar with Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust
How are drones and multispectral imagery being used in conservation methods?
TUES 7 SEPTEMBER // 2PM
LIVE Webinar: How are the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust using drones to help with their research?
Join George Burne, Business Development Manager for the Inspection industry at COPTRZ, for this 60-minute webinar to learn about how the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust are using drones to help with their mission to enhance the British countryside for public benefit.
George will be joined be Lee Oliver, Project Manager at the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust as they discuss how drones have revolutionised the work carried out by the Trust.
What you’ll learn on the webinar:
✓ What drones are being used by the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust?
✓ How have drones increased the speed of crop assessments?
✓ What sensors and payloads are being used to capture data by the Trust?
✓ How capturing multispectral imagery has revolutionised the maintenance of crops
✓ How you can use drones to transform your agriculture operations
✓ At the end, we’ll run a live Q&A where you can ask George and Lee anything!
Meet your hosts
“Hi, I’m George, Business Development Manager for the Inspection sector at COPTRZ. I spend my time helping hundreds of of organisations enhance their operations with the use of drone technology. If you’re wondering how you can incorporate a drone solution into your operations, this webinar is the perfect place to start.”
The use of drones for agriculture and forestry is a rapidly growing area of development – and for good reason. Given the vast land area agriculture and forestry requires, along with sensitive or challenging environments, increased drone use could revolutionise the agricultural sector. This webinar is the perfect starting point if you are wanting to learn more about using drones in agriculture.
“Having only joined the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust last year, it is great to see the impact that drones have had on the work carried out by the Trust. As project manager, I aim to increase habitat connectivity and use the pioneering technology of drones, namely Multiple Aerial Imaging technology, to capture an enormous amount of information and involve lots of people from the local community.”
The Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust are a leading UK charity conducting conservation science to enhance the British countryside for public benefit. For over 80 years we have been researching and developing game and wildlife management techniques. They use research to provide training and advice on how best to improve the biodiversity of the countryside.