[SEM19-P02] Development of aeromagnetic survey system using multicopter.
Keywords:aeromagnetic survey, multicopter
To test our survey system, we conducted an aeromagnetic survey on Komezuka volcano, located in the northwestern part of the post-caldera central cones of Aso volcano, central Kyushu Island, Japan, on Aug., 2016. Komezuka is a basaltic monogenetic volcano comprising a scoria cone. On this volcano, Hasimoto et al. (2007) measured dense magnetic total field anomaly by ground-based observation. Applying magnetic upward continuation to this data, we can estimate the magnetic anomaly on the arbitrary point above the Komezuka volcano. Comparing this estimated anomaly and observed data acquired by our survey system, we verified the accuracy of our survey system and in our presentation, we will report this result.