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LiDAR Video for Archaeological Apps

Robin Woywitka delivered a presentation on how LiDAR data is being used to help the work of the Archaeological Survey in Alberta. The province has over 30,000 sites covering the past 12,000 years, and a regulatory framework in place to protect sensitive areas. Using LiDAR data as part of the Historic Resources Impact Assessment process has been successful.

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  • Good presentation and great to see someone else is using LiDAR for archaeology. This April, we completed LiDAR and Digital Air Photo acquisition covering near 30,000 hectares in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Currently, data analysis is under processing and progressing very well. Preliminary observations point out to a new way of viewing Khmer civilization. We will be happy to share the findings when analysis are completed.

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