On The 25th of July, Paul Egglestone, the project lead for AeroSee , an exciting new project that crowd sources intelligence using a drone, piloted a ‘virtual’ mountain rescue operation where volunteers helped in identifying and verifying images relayed from a drone.
AeroSee is proof of concept pilot for drone journalism. In partnership
with the UK emergency rescue services, AeroSee conducted a mock rescue
mission aided by a drone. The images captured by the camera mounted on the drone were relayed on a dedicated website where volunteers tagged images to help with the rescue. 335 volunteers participated.The trial was a success,see – http://www.aerosee.org/leaderboard.php
Alongside Paul, SkyCAM will benefit from the knowledge and experience of
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- Ben Moskowitz – Mozilla Foundation
- Matt Waite – Professor of practice at the College of Journalism and Mass Communications,University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s College of Journalism and Mass Communications.
- Tony Lai – LawGives
- Guilhem Lacze – Engineer
- Robert Breare – OPC drone project coordinator, Ol pejeta Conservancy
We are also reaching out to:
- Sen Gregory – WITNESS
- Star Simpson – MIT
- Sergei Lupashin – ETH Zurich – Engineering project manager
- Dara Dotz – Project Blue Sky
- Sandra Kwak – Project Blue Sky
- Ant Miller – Runs the BBC’s UAV activities.
- Nico Joilet – Bug Eye Films – Octocopter, nature