The Social Sciences

Year: 2019
Volume: 14
Issue: 10
Page No. 356 - 360

Application of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Data to Landform Pothole

Authors : Nattaporn Yuang Ngoen, Rapeeporn Samart and Anuwat Kochawan

Abstract: This research was an applying data from unmanned aerial vehicle of landform pothole studying in Sam Phan Bok, Pho Sai district, Ubon Ratchathani province. The objective of the research was to compare data of landform from unmanned aerial vehicle and fieldwork and the data of landform pothole were width, length, depth, density, pattern and distribution. The study was conducted by using the photo from unmanned aerial vehicle to define study points then measuring size of sample and compare with data from field working width and length and it found that the deviation from both measuring was not over than 2.5%. The result of both measuring was accuracy and reliable around 97.5% but for the depth of hole was not able to use data from unmanned aerial vehicle because pothole had water logged and water plants. The distribution of the area in 100 m2 found that the average of pothole was appear around 9. The pattern and density found that majority patterns were single and close to each other and the second were small potholes that appear in big pothole and usually found distribution in study area.

How to cite this article:

Nattaporn Yuang Ngoen, Rapeeporn Samart and Anuwat Kochawan, 2019. Application of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Data to Landform Pothole. The Social Sciences, 14: 356-360.

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