Case Studies: How organisations have been implementing the use of mapping drones in humanitarian contexts
Drones can help obtain high-resolution, up-to-date imagery that may prove vital. Drone imagery has informed projects and interventions ranging from camp management, flood risk reduction, preparing census work, and damage assessments following a disaster.
Attached is a series of case studies describing the experiences of organizations that have implemented these projects in the past. The information is meant to support humanitarian and development organizations to adopt this technology where relevant.
The case studies were developed as part of the DG ECHO funded Initiative on Drones in Humanitarian Action implemented by FSD in partnership with the Humanitarian UAV Network, CartONG and Zoi.