Automatic detection of archaeological sites in airborne laser scanning data
The aim of the LIDARK project is to study how new, high-resolution airborne laser scanning data can be
utilized more effectively in the protection and research of the archaeological cultural heritage. The
project will explore how the new data will allow for easier identification of sites; how the materia! can
be used to programmatically refine the spatial accuracy of target data; and how the processing of laser
scanning data can be automated to streamline work.
Project coordinatorFinnish Heritage Agency
The results will be amazing ... stay tuned for more.