This dataset was collected on the island of Torbjørnskjær, located 10 km (6 mi) off the Norwegian coast at the entrance of the Oslo fjord. It was collected with a (now-discontinued) senseFly albris drone. This was flown in Automatic mode using its eMotion software’s Point of Interest and Horizontal Mapping mission blocks.
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