Remote sensing and spatial data are playing an increasingly important role in archaeology as both technologies and knowledge improve. This SIG is concerned with the latest developments in acquisition methods, data analysis and presentation along with standards and data sharing.
Benjamin Štular (ZRC SAZU, Slovenia) and Anthony Corns (Discovery Programme, Ireland) will be running a talk and awareness raising exercise and to gather feedback from the GIS/Remote Sensing community and SIG at the Aerial Archaeology Research Group Conference (AARG 2015) in Santiago de Compostela on Wednesday, 9 September 2015.
The finalised Work Programme of the Remote Sensing SIG is made available. This highlights the increasing important role of remote sensing and GIS to archaeology and the consequential requirements for the development of the ARIADNE Infrastructure, particularly metadata and geo- services. Download the Work Programme (PDF 112KB).
The first ARIADNE Remote Sensing & Spatial Data Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting which took place in Dublin, Ireland on 28th January 2014. It proposes, for discussion, revision and agreement, a scope statement and provisional work plan for the SIG, and outlines the SIG activities. Download the report (PDF 129KB).