Tutorials

1.0 Excavations

This group of tutorials covers the use of technology to record archaeological units recovered during fieldwork. It is organised by topic and provides a straightforward overview of the operations carried out during the survey campaign to collect and visualise 3D records.

1.1 Georeferencing of 3D boundary & surface models in GIS

1.2 Georeferencing a 3D model in GIS: roto-translation

1.3 Importing georeferenced 3D models in GIS (in preparation)

1.4 Vector drawing on 3D surface/boundary models: polylines and polygons

1.5 Importing GPR-derived data in 3D GIS

2.0 Monuments

This group of tutorials covers the use of technology for recording archaeological monuments, whether large complexes or smaller architectural elements. The tutorials are organised according to specific topics and provide a clear overview of the operations and tools used to record such monuments. The tutorials are under construction and new topics will be uploaded. 

2.1 Recording 3d data for monuments or larger volumes: introduction

2.2 Recording 3d data for monuments or larger volumes: acquisition

2.3 Recording 3d data for monuments or larger volumes: postprocessing

2.4 Recording 3d data for monuments or larger volumes: postprocessing photo

2.5 Speeding up scanner data processing

2.6 Generating high-quality 3D models using the Artec Leo Scan

3.0 Landscape

This group of tutorials covers the use of technology to record archaeological evidence detected by autonomous vehicles and sensors.  It is organised by topic and provides an overview of the procedures and tools used to identify and record archaeological evidence scattered across the landscape. 

3.1 Introduction to Unmanned aerial systems 

3.2 Regulations for UAS operations 

3.3 LIDAR data acquistion with a UAS

3.3.1 Post processing LIDAR data with Cloud Compare 

3.3.2 Automatic classification of LiDAR data 

3.4 DJI TERRA workflow- LIDAR point cloud processing 

3.5 Satellite image processing 

3.6 Pixel-based supervised image classification

3.7 Object-based image analysis (OBIA) 

3.8 Landscape analysis with landscape metrics

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