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Drones 3.0 – Inexpensive Tools and Technologies to get from Wetland Drone Images to Wetland Assessment Deliverables

Wednesday, August 18, 2021 - 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm EasternRegister Here


  • Arthur Ostaszewski, Michigan Environment Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) Department


This webinar complements two prior ASWM webinars, one in December 2020 on drone basics and one on considerations for drone use planning as part of ASWM’s State-Tribal-Federal Coordination Meeting in April 2021. This webinar focuses on the in-field operation of drones to conduct wetland assessment and mapping. The webinar will provide technical information about options and decisions for drone operators. Examples of different applications and outcomes will be shared, as well as information about where to get additional technical resources for on-the-ground staff.


Art OstaszewskiArt Ostaszewski is an Environmental Specialist with Michigan’s Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE). He has worn many hats in his 30 years with the State, including laboratory work in water and solids extraction, Fisheries / Water Quality / Aquatic Biologist duties, and currently is in the Hazardous Waste Section of Materials Management Division. Besides his duties under RCRA, he became EGLEs first FAA Part 107 Pilot and now coordinates EGLEs Autonomous Drone Program encompassing 6 environmental divisions, 30 pilots, 28 aircraft, 2 aquatic drones and a ground robot. He is a graduate of Lake Superior State and Michigan State Universities.

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