Underwater archeology missions design for data gathering automation

@article{Conte2008UnderwaterAM,
  title={Underwater archeology missions design for data gathering automation},
  author={Giuseppe Conte and Silvia Maria Zanoli and David Scaradozzi and L. Gambella and Vincenzo Calabr{\`o}},
  journal={2008 16th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation},
  year={2008},
  pages={1083-1088}
}
In this paper, we propose a methodology for marine archeological survey, which aims at enhancing productivity and safety during on-field missions. A primary interest of the archaeological investigation is to extract, in a non invasive way, as much information as possible from a site with minimal expenditure of time and of expensive resources. In general, this is done by taking photos and measurements of objects and terrain, which are then used to construct representations of the site in form of… CONTINUE READING

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