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Fingle Woods and Castle Drogo Aerial Survey Analysis and Interpretation Project – LiDAR interpretation

 

Prestonbury Castle, one of the best of the iron age hillforts that ring the edge of Dartmoor

Prestonbury Castle, one of the best of the iron age hillforts that ring the edge of Dartmoor

Archaeogeomancy are very pleased to have completed this catchily named project for the National Trust (NT). The project involved working with LiDAR data produced by Bluesky in order to enhance the Historic Environment Records (HER) resources for the NT property and also produce some informative 3D visualisations of key monuments. Continue reading

Festival of British Archaeology

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Image courtesy of Callen Lenz.

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Image courtesy of Callen Lenz.

This year, as part of the Festival of British Archaeology, I am very lucky to be managing a dream geomatics project which has a load of associated special events for the Festival. As a frustrated pilot and a well known geek, I love my gadgets, particularly those which fly. Well, this year, all my Christmas’s have come at once. Continue reading