Heritage and Archaeology

Solutions in remnants preservation and identification

Virtual and Augmented Reality

From rediscovery to projection

The advance that technology has achieved will allow better identification of objects without direct contact, whether in terrestrial or aquatic environments, and simultaneously draw reliable conclusions about the artefacts found:

  • Detection with Georadar or sonar
  • Localisation with GNSS receiver or Total Station
  • Terrestrial Laser Scanner Characterisation
  • 3D modelling with adapted software


Traditional survey methods have long been used to locate archaeological finds

This approach is beginning to be improved with the emergence of increasingly subsurface-defining technologies

Heritage and Archaeology

What will it be like in the Future?


New experience

The developments we are witnessing in the area of Archaeology are factors that add a new study experience to expeditions to remote places on the planet and to the inventorying, cataloguing and separation of the specimens that best reflect a find of this nature



The digitisation of a large collection, but also of isolated and dispersed objects can make a major contribution to rewriting the history of a region, village or artefact


Virtual and Augmented Reality

Not only to make information much more accessible and clear in museums or other cultural formats, Virtual and Augmented Reality will help in the interpretation and better understanding of the location of ancient structures and their use by the people who populated a certain region, which will help in a much more appealing illustration of that circumstance


Digital Environments

(3D Archaeology)

Restoring historical infrastructures, completing archaeological elements and converting real images into virtual ones or using two realities simultaneously are solutions that digital environments and new technologies bring to the world of Archaeology