The target of the ArchaeoLandscapes project is to address existing imbalances in the use of modern surveying and remote sensing techniques and to create conditions for the regular use of these strikingly successful techniques across the Continent as a whole. It aims to create a self-sustaining network to support the use throughout Europe of aerial survey and ‘remote sensing’ to promote understanding, conservation and public enjoyment of the shared landscape and archaeological heritage of the countries of the European Union.
The project represents the culmination of a growing European cooperation from the mid-1990s onwards. Now federating 68 prestigious institutions in the field of archaeology and heritage protection (1 Coordinator, 26 Co-organisers and more than 30 Associated Partners) from 26 separate countries, it will bring that process to a sustainable and self-supporting future as the long-term legacy of this and earlier EU-assisted initiatives.
- ROMAN-GERMANIC COMMISSION OF THE GERMAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE
- MORE THAN 65 PARTNERS
- CYPRUS UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY (Associate Partner, PI: D.G.Hadjimitsis)