Aerial archaeology

Taking vegetation marks into the next dimension: Mapping the hilltop settlement of Montarice (central Adriatic Italy) by a multi-dimensional analysis of aerial imagery

The processing of aerial imagery acquired over Montarice hill (central Adriatic Italy) during the Potenza Valley Survey will form the key focus of this paper. Since this site has repeatedly revealed itself in terms of interesting vegetation and soil …

OrientAL -- Automatic geo-referencing and ortho-rectification of archaeological aerial photographs

This paper presents the newly developed software OrientAL, which aims at providing a fully automated processing chain from aerial photographs to orthophoto maps. It considers the special requirements of archaeological aerial images, including oblique …

Advancing Archaeological Airborne Remote Sensing: Core Concepts of the LBI-ArchPro Initiative