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August 13th, 2014
University of Leicester to Explore the Potential Use of Drones in Archaeology

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A team from the University of Leicester is about to investigate the potential for drones in the advancement of our understanding of heritage landscapes. Using novel Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) techniques from the platform of a UAV, researchers hope to investigate previously inaccessible sites in a bid to better understand them and to explore the different ways drones can support the work of archaeologists. Read more in Culture 24

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