A. VASILONI1, F. GUYVENCHY1, R. PAȘCALĂU1, A. ȘMULEAC1 1University of Life Sciences “King Mihai I” from Timișoara, Romania
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as drones, have revolutionized the landscape of environmental conservation and preservation. This abstract provides a comprehensive overview of the multifaceted and indispensable roles that UAV technology plays in safeguarding our natural ecosystems. UAVs have become instrumental in environmental research, monitoring, and protection, offering an unparalleled capacity to enhance data collection, reduce costs, and minimize human impact on delicate environments. These versatile devices are equipped with high-resolution cameras, sensors, and cutting-edge technologies, allowing scientists and conservationists to gain unprecedented insights into the Earth's biodiversity, ecological systems, and changing landscapes. As the challenges of environmental conservation grow more complex and urgent, UAVs stand at the forefront of innovation and change. They enable researchers, conservationists, and policymakers to gather accurate, up-to-date information, which is paramount for informed decision-making and timely interventions. This abstract underscores the pivotal role of UAVs in addressing the ecological challenges of our time and shaping a more sustainable and informed approach to environmental stewardship. By offering a panoramic view of our world, UAVs are helping to protect and preserve it for future generations. Looking ahead, the potential for UAVs in environmental conservation appears boundless. These unmanned aerial systems open up new horizons in our commitment to preserving and protecting Earth's precious ecosystems for future generations.
UAV, technology, equipment, environment, conservation
environmental engineering
Presentation: poster