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Brent Bitter

Sessional Lecturer

Office: Classroom Building 316.1
Phone: 306-337-3116

Current Projects:

Helping various agencies and businesses create unmanned vehicle systems IUVS) programmes, including hardware/software selection, training and certification to use UVS technology to help improve safety, reduce costs and save time.

Recent Publications etc.:

Hardenbicker, U, and B. Bitter, 2017: Subsurface erosion features in badlands revealed by high-resolution digital evaluation models. Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays 2017, 19:35-42

Harpreet, P, J Schafer, C Hubick and B Bitter, 2017: Preliminary investigation of UAV survey tools for design and construction of earthworks. GeoOttawa 2017

Hardenbicker, U, and B. Bitter, 2015: A structure-from-motion DEM derived from low-altitude UAV imagery - first result from the Avonlea Badlands. The Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (PCAG) 2015 Conference September 25 – 27, Kenora, ON.

Bitter, B., 2016. 50 Drone, UAV, RPAS Pilots and Counting; Saving Time, Reducing Costs and Improving Safety. Plenary Speaker/Presentation to the International Conference, Unmanned Systems Canada, Edmonton.