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Shared Aerial Drone Videos — Prospects and Problems for Volunteered Geographic Information Research
The practice of producing drone videos for hobby or commercial purposes has already created a vast amount of open and free video datasets. When these videos are properly authored, time-stamped and geo-referenced, they receive characteristics of volunteered geographic information (VGI). As alternative forms to user-generated content (UGC), these visually appealing footages attract significant attention, but their production faces different practical and motivational issues that could imposedoi:10.1515/geo-2019-0037 fatcat:k4rxy3ogsjdtzk4ma642anurd4