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Researcher: Krisanski, SG (Mr Sean Krisanski)

Fields of Research

Photogrammetry and remote sensing
Forestry management and environment
Intelligent robotics
Decision support and group support systems
Service oriented computing
Computer vision

Research Objectives

Softwood plantations
Environmentally sustainable information and communication services
Other environmental management
Supply and demand
Expanding knowledge in the environmental sciences
Native forests
Information systems, technologies and services

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

3.3. A comparison of helicopter-based VUX-1LR LiDAR with below-canopy UAV photogrammetry and manual measurements
Below-canopy UAS photogrammetry for stem measurement in radiata pine plantation; SPIE: International Society for Optical Engineering Conference
Design and testing of a novel unoccupied aircraft system for the collection of forest canopy samples; Forests
Enhancing methods for under-canopy unmanned aircraft system based photogrammetry in complex forests for tree diameter measurement; Remote Sensing
Forest structural complexity tool - an open source, fully-automated tool for measuring forest point clouds; Remote Sensing
From communities to individuals: using remote sensing to inform and monitor woodland restoration; Ecological Management and Restoration
Optimizing remotely acquired, dense point cloud data for plantation inventory. M Watt, C Stone (eds)
Sensor agnostic semantic segmentation of structurally diverse and complex forest point clouds using deep learning; Remote Sensing

Research Projects

An Investigation to Detect and Map Internal and External Defects in the Commercial Eucalypt Timber Species Using Non-destructive Techniques ; Forest & Wood Products Australia Limited (FWPA)
Development of a Novel Forest Sub-Canopy Aerial Robot for physical sample capture and sensor placement; Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWR)

Research Candidate Supervision