Using Drones in Archaeology

Gail Boyle from Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery presented her work with drones to explore archaeological sites at the Society of Museum Archaeology conference yesterday. They had been used to explore prehistoric long-barrows as well as a small Roman town.

Her presentation coincided with the publication of the new guide to the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) by the Archaeology Data Service [details]. Further information appears on the JISC digital media website.

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