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Big Tree in Thailand

Using a 3D laser scanner, we captured the Giant Samanea saman tree (Chamchuri) in Kanchanaburi to create a Big Tree Digital Library, providing a detailed and accurate digital representation for research and conservation [RFD, 2023]

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Multispectral UAV

Implemented multispectral UAV technology for forest health monitoring and classification, contributing to research in carbon credit estimation over specific area sizes. This advanced approach helps in accurately assessing forest health and carbon sequestration potential. [RFD, 2023]

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GIS for tree site analytic

Applied GIS for tree analysis to measure their perimeters, and subsequently pursued K-Means clustering to analyze and understand their spatial distribution. [RFD, 2024]

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UAV Lidar

Utilized UAV Lidar with an 80-meter flying height and YellowScan scanner for forest captures, enhancing our ability to monitor and manage forest environments with high precision and efficiency. This would be another option for forest study. 

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Measurement @ DBH

Measured Diameter at Breast Height (DBH) for timber sites to assess tree growth and forest composition, providing valuable data for sustainable forestry management. Terrestrial laser scanning was applied and brought to specific software for precise measurement. [RFD, 2023]


ForestMap web portal

Developed a forest map web portal to visualize all temporal imageries for the entire country. This development assists widely as crucial evidence for land ownership and changes. [RFD, 2023]

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