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Mike Heyworth (Council of British Archaeology)

Jonathan Purday (Europeana)

Douglas Cawthorne (Digital Buildings Heritage Group, de Monfort University) (abstract)

Alex Hildred (The Mary Rose Trust) (abstract)

Sue Wolfe (Callen-Lenz)

Matthew Epler (Kinograph) (abstract)

Michael Doneus (Ludwig Boltman Institute for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology, University of Vienna)

James Hepher (Historic Scotland)

Session speakers:

John Edwards (Cadw): Digital technologies in site management (abstract)

John McCreadie (IIC Technologies): Approaches to Digital Documentation (abstract)

Philip Dellar (The GeoInformation Group): Stereo Photo Interpretation - A Digital View (abstract)

Anthony Beck (DART): The DART Project (abstract)

Paul Burrows (Leica Geosystems): UAV's, Mobile Mapping and laser scanning: cutting edge developments from Leica Geosystems

Jamie Quartermain (Oxford Archaeology):  a new approach to 3D documentation of excavation and landscape at Tel Akko, Israel (abstract)

Andrew Wilson (Bangor University): Re-creating lost heritage: Automated photogrammetry on archived images

Keith Haylock (University of Aberystwyth) & Toby Driver (RCAHMW): Using X-ray Fluorescence to shed new light on the Iron Age hillforts of mid Wales 

Lorner Jenner (Independent Interpretation Consultant), Julian Baum & Claire Lewis (Take 27): A virtual tour of Halkyn lead mines (abstract)

Tom Duncan (Duncan McCauley Gmbh & Co): Visualising stories in a heritage site (abstract)

Samantha Sportun (Manchester Museum): Virtual Object Handling (abstract)

Mark Wright (Pixogram): Touching the Neolithic

Judith Winters (Internet Archaeology): Internet Archaeology: some reflections on a digital past (abstract)

Adrian Hickey & Helen Jackson (Centre of Media Research, University of Ulster): A cultural approach to developing location based content (abstract)

Graham Davies (National Museum Wales): The People's Collection Wales


Matt Harris (Mobile Explorer): Mobile based platforms for site interpretation

Paul Burrows (Leica Geosystems): UAV's, Mobile Mapping and laser scanning

Nathan Jorgensen (Software Alliance Wales): Wordpress for websites

Samantha Sportun (Manchester Museum): Haptics

Ben Edwards (Manchester Metropolitan University): Reusing archived images for automated photogrammetry of cultural heritage

John McCreadie (IIC Technologies): Structured Light Scanning and Structure from Motion

Marion Page (Dyfed Archaeological Trust) and Tom Pert (RCAHMW/ Peoples Collection Wales): Crowd Sourcing: the Archwilio App and Wales 1900

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