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Archaeology Applications

  • manufactuer of geophysical exploration equipment

    Resources Prospecting - Underground water detection - Geothermal prospecting - Energy resource prospecting - Metal and nonmetal mineral resources survey Engineering Geology Exploration - City engineering exploration - Cave exploration - Pile foundation Environment Detection - Underground pollutant change detection - Seawater Intrusion Detection - Dam Detection - Underground tank leak detection - Slope failure detection Others - Geological mapping - Archaeolog...

    By ST Geomative Co., Ltd. based in Nanshan, CHINA.

  • Ground penetrating radar (GPR) instruments for archaeology industry

    As an archaeologist, you can use ImpulseRadar GPR for: Site investigation, assessment and virtual reconstruction. Artefact location and mapping, Grave location and mapping, Structure location and mapping,

    By ImpulseRadar based in MalÄ, SWEDEN.

  • 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.

  • Analytical spectrometric instruments for clays and oxide analysis

    XRF analysis is a simple and fast method for quantitative analysis of silicate materials, cements, ceramics and natural minerals. The main advantages of X-ray fluorescence analysis are simplicity of sample preparation, high accuracy and speed of measurements. The main objective of the analysis is to quantify the percentage of oxides such as CaO, SiO2, Al2O3, Fe2O3, SO3, MgO, K2O, P2O5, TiO2, Mn2O3, ZnO, SrO and others oxidic materials represent in a wide range of objects like cement, ceramics, clay, archaeological...

    By Elvatech Ltd based in Kiev, UKRAINE.

  • 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.

  • 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).

  • Archaeology survey

    Read case study here: http://www.zzgeo.com/applications-archaeology.html

    By ZZ Resistivity Imaging Pty. Ltd. based in Adelaide, AUSTRALIA.

  • Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) for Fresh Water Reservoirs Eploring

    In hydrobiology GPR also find its applications: fresh water reservoir bottom structure. find items lying on the reservoir’s bottom and inside bottom sediment. measure of peat and other bottom sediments thickness . search for underwater piping and other infrastructure items. archaeological underwater explorations.

    By Transient Technologies LLC based in Kyiv, UKRAINE.

  • Data analysis and visualization tools for geophysical analysis

    EVS, MVS, and EnterVol excel in their ability to handle analysis and visualization of geophysical data. For example, 3D resistivity can be analyzed from 2D ground arrays and airborne surveys. Electrical resistivity surveys offer the ability to inexpensively collect vast quantities of three-dimensional subsurface data. Environmental sciences, mining, archaeology and many other disciplines can benefit from these measurement techniques. However, their large irregular datasets offer significant challenges related to...

    By C Tech Development Corporation based in Las Vegas, NEVADA (USA).

  • Cultural Heritage

    From the experience gained by supplying systems to the immense Italian artistic heritage and from the technical collaborations with the most prestigious research institutes in the sector, LSI LASTEM is able to propose complete solutions for the monitoring of conservation, restoration, movement and fruition of the works art. Museums, places of restoration and discovery, museum display cases, warehouses, archaeological sites and caves must be monitored for their preventive conservation. The dynamics of the deteriora...

    By LSI-LASTEM srl based in Milano, ITALY.

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