ArcLand Conference “From Known Knowns to Unknown Unknowns: Remotely Detecting the Past”

9th – 10th May 2013, Wood Quay Venue, Civic Offices, Dublin


Over the past few years the extent and quality of information available from satellites, airborne laser scanning (LiDAR) and aerial photography has grown exponentially. These techniques, collectively referred to as remote sensing, have had an enormous impact on our ability to reveal past landscapes and disseminate knowledge about those landscapes. The results of this work can be both visually exciting and intellectually engaging.

This two day conference brings together a series of speakers to showcase these techniques and the uses to which they can be put. This conference will specifically explore how remote sensing and its results can be used within the sectors of:

  • Heritage management and legislation
  • Education including: secondary, third level and continual development
  • Community heritage and citizen science

Book a place at the K2U2 event:

ArchaeoLandscapes Europe offers a small number of bursaries/grants to support students and young scholars to participate in ArcLand related events and activities. Forms for grant applications can be found on the ArcLand webpage (see for details) and will have to be send to the project leader by email until 5th April 2013.




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