Airborne Laser Scanning Technology in Archeology
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- archaeology; airborne laser scanning; archaeological research; airborne laser scanning; drone.
The article touches upon the issue of the application of the technology of laser scanning in archaeological research of various monuments of architecture, culture and antiquity. The authors consider the principles of laser scanning, its main types (ground, mobile and air), as well as the global experience of using airborne laser scanning in archeology on the example of individual countries. The research describes the actions to address the problem of introducing this technology into archaeological research taken in relation to the monument of antiquity - Red October settlement near Temriuk, located in the Krasnodar Territory, as well as instruments and software used in this process. According to the results, the authors made the conclusions about the main advantages and disadvantages of laser scanning as a tool for research in archeology. In addition they presented in comparison the alternative methods in the form of the photogrammetric method.
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TY - CONF AU - D.A. Gura AU - M.V. Bykova AU - G.G. Shevchenko AU - D.V. Petrenkov AU - T.A. Romanova AU - N.I. Khusht AU - V.A. Brusilo AU - G.T. Akopian PY - 2019/08 DA - 2019/08 TI - Airborne Laser Scanning Technology in Archeology BT - Proceedings of the International Symposium "Engineering and Earth Sciences: Applied and Fundamental Research" dedicated to the 85th anniversary of H.I. Ibragimov (ISEES 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 49 EP - 52 SN - 2590-3217 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/isees-19.2019.155 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/isees-19.2019.155 ID - Gura2019/08 ER -