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2020 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS)
This article analyses the state of the art on wildfire remote sensing using UAVs, an application context that has now gained significant interest. It reviews a selection of relevant publications, and proposes a classification scheme to synthesize them from an autonomy perspective. Three metrics are introduced: situation awareness, decisional ability, and collaboration ability. A discussion about the current state and the outlook of UAV systems for wildfire observation concludes the paper.doi:10.1109/icuas48674.2020.9213986 fatcat:kscloqignralpegavbhm7ppuhi