No, the times in which archaeologists used to draw the structures found in the soil by hand for hours belong to the past. ArchaeoConnect has a wide array of
modern techniques and methods to its disposal in order to guarantee a
professional documentation. This includes the digital measuring of structures with a Total Station or 3-dimensional documentation using Structure-from-Motion and drones.
Thus, the time necessary for on-site documentation is reduced and a speedy continuation of the construction work is made possible.
Archaeologists only work with a brush and a trowel – doesn’t that take forever?
This claim is only partially correct. Of course certain excavation situations call for a careful approach. Usually, however, it is possible to work with larger machinery, such as excavators.
Especially methodological developments in recent years have led to time-saving measures on-site.
What about ArchaeoConnect’s data security concept?
In the preliminary stage and during archaeological excavations data are collected which are valuable not only from a scientific point of view. The planning process of an excavation is usually linked to a summary of various data from the construction plans. We treat these confidentially and prevent unauthorised access to these data through the consistent encrypting of digital data.
We work on the intersection between the authorities and the building contractor. Reconciling the interests of both sides is our goal. We are convinced that a satisfying solution for all involved can be found!
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