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Preserve and Promote — Using Drones to Digitise Archaeological Sites in the Kurdish Region of Northern Iraq

When it comes to surveying historical sites, using classical archaeological methods can be slow and labour-intensive. As a result, an increasing number of archaeologists are turning to drone technology to more efficiently survey larger areas, and at better resolutions than satellite imagery can achieve. Iconem, an organisation that safeguards world…

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Using Drones in Archeology – An Omani Case Study

Now available to read/download, senseFly’s latest case study digs into ongoing research by the French Archaeological Mission to Adam, which earlier this year employed unmanned eBee drones for the very first time. The result? A lot of time saved and the identification of never-before-found structures that might otherwise have remained…

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