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LiDAR stands for “Light Detection and Ranging” and it has become an important tool in the field of archaeology. LiDAR UK has this to say about the process: LiDAR data is very accurate, high resolution 3D data. Captured using special … Continue reading
The following article, by Andrew Mayfield, was recently published in Archaeologia Cantiana*: In 2011, a LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) survey was organised for the Medway Valley (reaching from Maidstone to Shorne and from Wrotham to Boxley). LIDAR surveys are … Continue reading
At SWAG we have a strong interest in all things LiDAR. If you feel the same way then you’ll want to take a look at the Open Data Maps website: http://enfarchsoc.org/opendata/ Details about the site OpenStreetMap is built by a community … Continue reading
For those of you with an interest in LIDAR go to this website for a zoomable map (1m resolution): LIDAR map of England and Wales This comes from Open Government LIDAR data (DSM 1m) from the Environment Agency and Natural Resources Wales.