Dr. Troy Mestler, PhD – SkyFront Corporation
I am writing this letter in support of the proposal “RTR Technology for Surveying in Dense Foliage.” Because of my extensive interaction with one of the principals of RTR, Thomas Pattison, and his many years of experience as a land surveyor, I am confident in Thomas and his team’s ability to carry out the proposed development, and I support the funding of this proposal.
Dr. Greg Asner, PhD – Center for Global Discovery & Conservation Science
I have carefully reviewed the proposed methodology and roll-out of the RTR methods, which use a combination of ground and drone-based measurements. I encourage support for this proposal. I feel that the RTR approach could be a game-changer for more sustainable development in vegetated landscapes.
Dr. Douglas Comer, PhD/Jake Comer – Cultural Site Research & Mgmt., Inc.
RTR Technology for Surveying in Dense Foliage, in my estimation, details a feasible plan for developing a promising technology. The systems being proposed would make work like ours easier and less invasive.
Click here to read the entire letter of reference from Jake Comer.
Click here to read about the Airborne LiDAR Nan Madol Project for Dr. Comer.