Radiography of the past – Uncovering the invisible on archaeological sites
Stand number: 33
New trends in archaeology are pushing the scientific community and Cultural Heritage Management institutions to limit “destructive interventions” such as excavations. The Radio-Past project has developed innovative tools to visualize still buried archaeological features, enabling a new type of “management” and valorization of Cultural Heritage. At the stand several devices will be demonstrated, including a remotely controlled helikte platform carrying a digital camera allowing new and revealing imagery of buried sites to be taken as well as a remotely controlled drone with new software for mapping sites and topography in 3D.