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A presentation by Prof. Tony Cohn given at the DART community workshop on the 27th April 2011 on how we will deliver impact and engage with stakeholders.

A presentation by Prof. Tony Cohn given at the DART community workshop on the 27th April 2011 on how we will deliver impact and engage with stakeholders.

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  • Potential Impact
    Tony Cohn
  • Areas of impact
    Academic
    Archaeology
    Soils
    Remote Sensing
    Computer science
    Heritage sector
    Policy
    Wider public
  • DART heritage audience
    Primary: those that collect and exploit heritage remote sensing data as part of their daily activities (National Heritage organisations and specialist consultancies).
    Secondary: those heritage organisations that exploit remote sensing data periodically or exploit synthetic data (contractual units, heritage consultants, regional and national monuments records)
    Tertiary: all other (non-heritage) exploiters of remote sensing data (industry, planning, affiliated remote sensing researchers, environmental groups, and the public)
    National and International
  • What we will do
    Baseline understanding and knowledge about AR contrast processes and preservation dynamics:
    leading to better management and curation
    providing data to model environmental impact on Ars
    enhancing the understanding of the resource base
    The identification of suitable sensors and conditions for their use (and feedback to improve sensor design)
    Data fusion techniques (physical models, multi-sensor data and domain knowledge) to improve AR identification
    An interdisciplinary network between remote sensing, soil science, computing and heritage professionals
    Techniques for researchers to access data archives more effectively
  • What we are already doing
    Web site
    Twitter
    Press release
    Publications
    Participation in AHRC/EPSRC programme events
    Methodology
    To come:
    data availability
    methodology
    software
    PhDs
    ...
  • How can we maximise impact?
    What should we do to impact on you/your organisation/sector?
    How should we do it?
    When should we do it?
    Where should we do it?