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---------- ---------- ![enter image description here =50x50][2] **Welcome to the ESIP Drone Cluster.** We are an open community pursuing the use of unmanned aerial systems in Earth Science. **Getting in contact:** [The ESIP Drone CLuster wiki] [6], contains details on our monthly telecons, how to contact us, and biannual ESIP meeting activities. **Who we are:** We are working on several ongoing projects including, developing resource catalogs, testing hardware and software, and a range of collaborations seeking to make drones easy to use, accessible, and reliable tools that enables innovative Earth Science to happen everwhere. If you're curious about why see our ["Why drones for science"][3] page, and for suggestions on getting started see our "[getting started"][4] and ["best practices" pages][5]. OSF project resources: - **[Drone Resource Catalogs][7]** - **[Case Study: Hacker drone for CO2 monitoring (Funding Friday project)][8]** - [**ESIP developed Software for Science Drones**][9] [1]: https://ia601500.us.archive.org/9/items/DroneClusterLogo2015/Drone_Cluster_Logo_2015.jpg [2]: https://mfr.osf.io/export?url=https://osf.io/fcg86/?action=download%26direct%26mode=render&initialWidth=691&childId=mfrIframe&format=1200x1200.jpeg [3]: https://osf.io/nuvem/wiki/Why%20Drones%20for%20Science/ [4]: https://osf.io/nuvem/wiki/Getting%20started/ [5]: https://osf.io/ub84e/wiki/A%20best%20practices%20guide%20for%20capturing%20science%20data%20using%20drones/ [6]: http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/Drone_Cluster [7]: https://osf.io/ub84e/ [8]: https://osf.io/pb42t/ [9]: https://osf.io/pb42t/
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