Sharing UAV-based high-throughput plant phenotyping data via a public clouds
Learn how to using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to share Unoccupied Aircraft System (UAS) High Throughput Plant Phenotyping (HTPP) data.
Recent advancements in sensor technologies make it possible to integrate advanced sensors into UAS platforms. UAS has unique advantages over traditional full-scale airborne and spaceborne systems:
- flexible deployment options,
- faster data turn-around time,
- lower operational cost, and
- acquire high spatial and temporal resolution data.
The main goal of this workshop is to help research scientists share Unoccupied Aircraft System (UAS) High Throughput Plant Phenotyping (HTPP) data using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. This workshop will cover three modules:
- Configuring a web server using an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure,
- How to share raster geospatial data products as a web service, and
- How to share 3D point cloud data as a web service.