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AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Conference and Exhibit
Using miniature air vehicles (MAVs) is a cost effective, simple method for collecting data about the size, shape, and location characteristics of a forest fire. However, noise in measurements used to compute pose (location and attitude) of the camera on board the MAV leads to significant errors in the processing of collected video data. Typical methods using MAVs to track fires attempt to find single geolocation estimates and filter that estimate with subsequent observations. While this is andoi:10.2514/6.2007-6757 fatcat:nnybwd6qnbby7hco7zruyigwou