Since more than five years, I am working with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and UAV data. I received her B.Sc. from Dresden Technical University and her master’s degree from University of Innsbruck. As a geographer by training, I first focused on high resolution surface reconstruction to study soil erosion in Spain. Fascinated by the almost unlimited capabilities of UAVs for data capture, I am pursuing a PhD at ITC, University of Twente in The Netherlands. My research focuses on UAV-based land tenure data acquisition workflows in East Africa. This work is associated with the EU H2020 project its4land (www.its4land.com).
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Uav)
Koeva, M. N., Bennett, R. M., Gerke, M., Crommelinck, S. C., Stöcker, E. C., Crompvoets, J., ... Kundert, K. (2017). Towards innovative geospatial tools for fit-for-purpose land rights mapping. In D. Li (Ed.), Proceedings ISPRS geospatial week 2017, 18-22 September 2017, Wuhan, China (Vol. XLII-2/W7, pp. 37-43). (ISPRS Archives; Vol. XLII-2). Wuhan: International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS). DOI: https://doi.org/10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-2-W7-37-2017
Stöcker, C., Nex, F. C., Koeva, M. N., & Gerke, M. (2017). Quality assessment of combined IMU/GNSS data for direct georeferencing in the context of UAV-based mapping. 355-361. Paper presented at ISPRS 2017 : International Conference on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Geomatics, Bonn, Germany.
Bennett, R. M., Gerke, M., Crompvoets, J., Alemie, B. K., Crommelinck, S. C., & Stöcker, E. C. (2017). Building Third Generation Land Tools: Its4land, Smart Sketchmaps, UAVs, Automatic Feature Extraction, and the GeoCloud. In Responsible Land Governance: Towards and Evidence Based Approach, Washington, D.C. March 20-24, 2017 : Proceedings of the Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty, (pp. 1-23). Washington, D.C.: The World Bank.
Stöcker, E. C., Eltner, A., & Karrasch, P. (2015). Measuring gullies by synergetic application of UAV and close range photogrammetry - A case study from Andalusia, Spain. Catena, 132. DOI: 10.1016/j.catena.2015.04.004