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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.

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