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  • GIS software for archaeology

    Archaeologists, as researchers and resource managers, understand the importance of geography. Its variables exert a strong influence on human behavior today, and archaeologists are aware of the significance of this influence in the past. Geography also influences the degree of exposure of archaeological sites, and the impacts that they face from human activity and natural forces. GIS facilitates mapping to analyze depositional patterns as well as catalog and quantify artifacts. It can provide a well-structured...

    By Esri based in Redlands, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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    Analytical spectrometric instruments for archeometry

    For modern archaeology, X-ray fluorescence analyzers have become indispensable helpers in daily research activities. The simplicity and speed of the analyzers, developed by Elvatech will lead to significant acceleration the daily work of determination of the chemical composition, age, the way of production and use of various archaeological findings.

    By Elvatech Ltd based in Kiev, UKRAINE.

  • Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) for Archaeology

    In archaeology using GPR you can process considerable areas of planned excavations. Therefore, the needed excavation area can be substantially reduced. Time and financial costs reduce as well. Examining historical buildings GPRs allow to find hidden rooms, spot areas of demolition in the object structure. What is remarkable, you can make a noncontact research with GPR (e.g. above ground surface).

    By Transient Technologies LLC based in Kyiv, UKRAINE.

  • Underwater remotely operated vehicles solutions for science & research industry

    VideoRay Remotely Operated Vehicles have found several different roles in science and research. Many projects investigating underwater archaeology or marine life and their habitats involve long periods of observation – something ideally suited to VideoRay ROV capabilities. Scientists find that a rugged tool that can be easily transported and deployed from small boats or through long holes in ice allows them to collect data in locations where no other technique would work.

    By VideoRay LLC based in Pottstown, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

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