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  • Open Access

    JavaScript code used in the geospatial analysis searching for Paititi. The code, coupled with the provided data, allows studying the distribution of morphometric characteristics of terrain for specified point samples by making a chart and exporting the derived terrain products as GeoTiffs. In theory, it can bring insights on where to look for ancient settlements of Inca and other Andean cultures. You must run the code inside the Google Earth Engine, a free-to-use cloud computing platform for processing satellite imagery and other Earth observation data. It requires you to have a Google account and a related Earth Engine account. To successfully apply this code, you also need to have basic experience with coding and GIS. Please, read the README.md file for more details. Links Paititi Research Google Earth Engine GitHub Repository

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Pasternak, Gil;
    Country: United Kingdom

    This special issue of the journal Photography & Culture (volume 14, issue 3) calls for the development of research into the various local and global political circumstances that have influenced the absorption of historical photographs into the realm of digital heritage, alongside the study of the digital photographic heritagization practices triggered by this very process. Presenting case studies from Australia, Britain, Israel, Palestine, Russia and South Africa, it analyses how historical photographs, digital heritage, and cultural conflicts have become interlocked in multiple countries around the globe since the post-Cold War rising prevalence of digital technology, global interconnectedness, and liberal democracy. These related conditions, it is suggested, have informed the growing digital heritagization of historical photographs and the methods used for their digitization, safeguarding and dissemination. Therefore, as a whole, the special issue argues that the confluence of historical photographs and digital heritage must not be understood as a mere response to technological progress but as an articulation of politically-charged aspirations to capitalize on the common association of photographs with the past, to administer approaches to differing cultural values in a time of imposing liberal-democratic politics of consensus.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    BARREAU, Jean-Baptiste; LEROY DU CARDONNOY, Eric; LAROCHE, Florent; MADELEINE, Sophie; MATHIEU, Véronique; GRANIER, Xavier; MORA, Pascal; POUYET, Thomas; CHAYANI, Mehdi;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Specification Writing Guide; This document follows up the release of the recommendation of the Consortium 3D for the Humanities available in open access on the HAL platform in 2018. These first recommendations were mostly included into the guide “Guide pour la rédaction d’un cahier des charges de numérisation en 3D” published by the French Ministry of Culture in the context of the National program to digitize and to valorize cultural content.

  • Open Access Slovenian
    Publisher: Biotehniška fakulteta, VTOZD za gozdarstvo
    Country: Slovenia
  • Other research product . 2021
    Norwegian
    Authors: 
    Viken fylkeskommune;
    Publisher: Askeladden

    Sagruinen er lokalisert inntil planområdet i nordøst. Lokaliteten ligger i en ravinedal omtrent 50 meter sydvest for gbnr. 433/23, også kalt Fossen. Sagruket består av en sagtuftruin lokalisert nedenfor et mindre fossefall. Elven går fra innsjøen Heia og har utløp i Glomma ved Fetsund. Her ligger Fetsund lenser, et tømmersorteringsanlegg som var i drift fra 1861 – 1985 . Vegetasjonen består av blandingsskog av gran og løvtrær, med undervegetasjon av gress og mose. Lokaliteten er avgrenset av ravinen i nord, øst og syd, mens ravinen og elveleiet fortsetter mot vest. Tuften har to bevarte murer som er ca 1,40 m brede og opp til 1,50 m høye. Murene er i hovedsak bygget av stor bruddstein og står parallelt, orientert NØ – SV. Den sydlige muren er best bevart og er noe lavere og i østre ende. Den nordre muren er skadet og utrast i østre ende. Stein fra sagtuften ligger i elva og er spredt nedstrøms mot vest. Lokaliteten er avgrenset av ravinen og bergvegger i nord, øst og syd, og i vest av spredning av stein fra tuften hvor ravinen og elveleiet fortsetter.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Fiz, Ignacio; Cuesta, Rosa; Subias, Eva; Martin, Pere Manel;
    Country: Spain

    This article presents the first results obtained from the use of high-resolution images from the SAR-X sensor of the PAZ satellite platform. These are in result of the application of various radar image-treatment techniques, with which we wanted to carry out a non-invasive exploration of areas of the archaeological site of Clunia (Burgos, Spain). These areas were analyzed and contrasted with other sources from high-resolution multispectral images (TripleSat), or from digital surface models obtained from Laser Imaging Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) data from the National Plan for Aerial Orthophotography (PNOA), and treated with image enhancement functions (Relief Visualization Tools (RVT)). Moreover, they were compared with multispectral images created from the Infrared Red Blue (IRRB) data contained in the same LiDAR points.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Norwegian
    Authors: 
    Møre og Romsdal fylkeskommune;
    Publisher: Askeladden

    Tomasgardsaga er består av Sagbruket med sirkelsag (i dag elektrisk drevet), et kvernhus og to bygningsruiner av det som tidligere var en stall og en kombinert kvernhus/stamp. Tilkomstveien med steinkloppen er like gammel, og et kvernhus 130 meter vest for kjerneområdet brukte vann fra de samme veitene. Alle bygningene har ligget ved en kunstig elv som ble tilført vann gjennom en veite fra en oppdemmet sideelv av Honndøla. Husene utgjorde et viktig industriområde for grendelaget til Tomasgarden på 1800- og 1900-tallet, men også andre tok i bruk vannføringen fra sagdammen gjennom andre veiter som ledet helt ned til Storebrua. Den seneste bruken av disse veitene skal ha vært etter til det elektriske anlegget på det første fellesmeieriet. Tilstand Av de 6 byggen som stod på området på slutten av 1800-tallet er det bare tuftene som står igjen etter 3 av disse. Stampen/kverna skal ha blitt ødelagt allerede på 1800-tallet av isgang. Sagen er tidvis fortsatt i bruk, men går på strøm, og veitene er tørrlagte. Tørrleggingen av veitene har heldigvis skapt gode bevaringsforhold for begge kvernhusene. Industriområdet er i dag tettvokst kratt og løvskog, som gjør ruinene vanskelig å oppdage/fatte. Tilkomstveien og veitene er også overgrodde, og området rett vest for steinkloppen er brukt som dumpingplass for jernskrap og annet avfall. Datering Byggene er datert fra andre kvartal- til midten av 1800-tallet.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Norwegian
    Authors: 
    Agder fylkeskommune;
    Publisher: Askeladden

    Saga og kvenna lå i samme bygningen. Selve sagbygningen var 13 m lang og 4,2 m bred. På enden (mot fossen) lå kvennbygningen som var 4 m lang og 4,2 m bred. Av sagbygningen er det igjen åtte holdestein, 1-1,5 m høge. Vannhjulet og spindelen den er festet til er delvis intakt. Fra spindelen har det vært reimoverføring til drivhjulet til kvennkallen. Fra vannhjulet har det trolig vært en vannrenne ca. 15-20 m opp på fossekanten hvor det er en synlig liten daminnretning hvor vannet kunne føres inn i renna. Nedstrøms vannhjulet er det en steinmur som fører vannet ut i elva igjen. Tilstand (i 2007): Sagbygningen er revet, kvenna har nylig rast sammen. Begge kvennsteina som er festet til drivhjulet er på plass.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Nicu, Ionut Cristi; Lombardo, Luigi; Rubensdotter, Brita Lena Eleonor Fredin;

    Permafrost-dependent landslides occur in a range of sizes and are among the most dynamic landforms in the Arctic in the warming climate. Retrogressive thaw slumps (RTSs) are enlarging landslides triggered by thawing and release of excess water from permafrost ground ice, causing smaller or larger collapses of ground surface, which in turn exposes new permafrost to rapid thawing and collapse. In this study, a preliminary assessment of previous thaw slump activity in Nordenskiöld Land area of Svalbard is made based on remote sensing digitisation of 400 slump-scar features from aerial images from the Norwegian Polar Institute (NPI). RTS properties and distribution are analysed with an emphasis on their implications for the preservation of the Svalbard’s cultural heritage (CH). Our analysis shows that the areas where RTS scars and CH co-exist in Nordenskiöld Land are, at present, limited and cover mainly areas distributed along north-west (Colesbukta, Grønfjorden, Kapp Starostin), north-east (Sassendalen and Sassenfjorden) and south-west (Van Muydenbukta) coastlines. Taking into consideration the preliminary aspect of this inventory and study, it can be stated that for now, RTS and CH sites do not have a high level of co-existence, except for eight sites which are located at less than 100 m to a RTS and one site that is located inside a currently inactive slump-scar. Further mapping of RTS will be undertaken in order to have a complete picture of these climate triggered landslides potentially threatening the Arctic CH. The results of this study, even if preliminary, can be used by local authorities and stakeholders in prioritising future documentation and mitigation measures and can thus present a powerful tool in disaster risk reduction.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Khadka, Saurav;
    Country: Finland

    The aim of this thesis project was to design and test a wall painting robotic solution. The thesis topic was commissioned by HAMK Tech Research Group. Modern cities come with high apartment buildings, and the structures of their rooms are almost similar. Traditionally, human workers have been working on painting those walls. As the work is repetitive and labour intensive, there is a possibility for automation. Therefore, HAMK Tech wanted to employ a collaborative robot for the wall painting operation and to analyze the test results. A cost-effective wall painting system was designed using airless paint technology available in the market. In the end, a painting test was performed inside the Robotics lab of HAMK using a Universal Robot. The programming required for the test was done offline using URSim. After the test, a new end effector was designed, which used an electrical actuator instead of a pneumatic actuator, making the system more compact. The result of the test was a smooth and consistent painting operation. This report presents documentation of the design features, calculations, test setup, and Cad models.

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  • Open Access

    JavaScript code used in the geospatial analysis searching for Paititi. The code, coupled with the provided data, allows studying the distribution of morphometric characteristics of terrain for specified point samples by making a chart and exporting the derived terrain products as GeoTiffs. In theory, it can bring insights on where to look for ancient settlements of Inca and other Andean cultures. You must run the code inside the Google Earth Engine, a free-to-use cloud computing platform for processing satellite imagery and other Earth observation data. It requires you to have a Google account and a related Earth Engine account. To successfully apply this code, you also need to have basic experience with coding and GIS. Please, read the README.md file for more details. Links Paititi Research Google Earth Engine GitHub Repository

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Pasternak, Gil;
    Country: United Kingdom

    This special issue of the journal Photography & Culture (volume 14, issue 3) calls for the development of research into the various local and global political circumstances that have influenced the absorption of historical photographs into the realm of digital heritage, alongside the study of the digital photographic heritagization practices triggered by this very process. Presenting case studies from Australia, Britain, Israel, Palestine, Russia and South Africa, it analyses how historical photographs, digital heritage, and cultural conflicts have become interlocked in multiple countries around the globe since the post-Cold War rising prevalence of digital technology, global interconnectedness, and liberal democracy. These related conditions, it is suggested, have informed the growing digital heritagization of historical photographs and the methods used for their digitization, safeguarding and dissemination. Therefore, as a whole, the special issue argues that the confluence of historical photographs and digital heritage must not be understood as a mere response to technological progress but as an articulation of politically-charged aspirations to capitalize on the common association of photographs with the past, to administer approaches to differing cultural values in a time of imposing liberal-democratic politics of consensus.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    BARREAU, Jean-Baptiste; LEROY DU CARDONNOY, Eric; LAROCHE, Florent; MADELEINE, Sophie; MATHIEU, Véronique; GRANIER, Xavier; MORA, Pascal; POUYET, Thomas; CHAYANI, Mehdi;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Specification Writing Guide; This document follows up the release of the recommendation of the Consortium 3D for the Humanities available in open access on the HAL platform in 2018. These first recommendations were mostly included into the guide “Guide pour la rédaction d’un cahier des charges de numérisation en 3D” published by the French Ministry of Culture in the context of the National program to digitize and to valorize cultural content.

  • Open Access Slovenian
    Publisher: Biotehniška fakulteta, VTOZD za gozdarstvo
    Country: Slovenia
  • Other research product . 2021
    Norwegian
    Authors: 
    Viken fylkeskommune;
    Publisher: Askeladden

    Sagruinen er lokalisert inntil planområdet i nordøst. Lokaliteten ligger i en ravinedal omtrent 50 meter sydvest for gbnr. 433/23, også kalt Fossen. Sagruket består av en sagtuftruin lokalisert nedenfor et mindre fossefall. Elven går fra innsjøen Heia og har utløp i Glomma ved Fetsund. Her ligger Fetsund lenser, et tømmersorteringsanlegg som var i drift fra 1861 – 1985 . Vegetasjonen består av blandingsskog av gran og løvtrær, med undervegetasjon av gress og mose. Lokaliteten er avgrenset av ravinen i nord, øst og syd, mens ravinen og elveleiet fortsetter mot vest. Tuften har to bevarte murer som er ca 1,40 m brede og opp til 1,50 m høye. Murene er i hovedsak bygget av stor bruddstein og står parallelt, orientert NØ – SV. Den sydlige muren er best bevart og er noe lavere og i østre ende. Den nordre muren er skadet og utrast i østre ende. Stein fra sagtuften ligger i elva og er spredt nedstrøms mot vest. Lokaliteten er avgrenset av ravinen og bergvegger i nord, øst og syd, og i vest av spredning av stein fra tuften hvor ravinen og elveleiet fortsetter.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Fiz, Ignacio; Cuesta, Rosa; Subias, Eva; Martin, Pere Manel;
    Country: Spain

    This article presents the first results obtained from the use of high-resolution images from the SAR-X sensor of the PAZ satellite platform. These are in result of the application of various radar image-treatment techniques, with which we wanted to carry out a non-invasive exploration of areas of the archaeological site of Clunia (Burgos, Spain). These areas were analyzed and contrasted with other sources from high-resolution multispectral images (TripleSat), or from digital surface models obtained from Laser Imaging Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) data from the National Plan for Aerial Orthophotography (PNOA), and treated with image enhancement functions (Relief Visualization Tools (RVT)). Moreover, they were compared with multispectral images created from the Infrared Red Blue (IRRB) data contained in the same LiDAR points.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Norwegian
    Authors: 
    Møre og Romsdal fylkeskommune;
    Publisher: Askeladden

    Tomasgardsaga er består av Sagbruket med sirkelsag (i dag elektrisk drevet), et kvernhus og to bygningsruiner av det som tidligere var en stall og en kombinert kvernhus/stamp. Tilkomstveien med steinkloppen er like gammel, og et kvernhus 130 meter vest for kjerneområdet brukte vann fra de samme veitene. Alle bygningene har ligget ved en kunstig elv som ble tilført vann gjennom en veite fra en oppdemmet sideelv av Honndøla. Husene utgjorde et viktig industriområde for grendelaget til Tomasgarden på 1800- og 1900-tallet, men også andre tok i bruk vannføringen fra sagdammen gjennom andre veiter som ledet helt ned til Storebrua. Den seneste bruken av disse veitene skal ha vært etter til det elektriske anlegget på det første fellesmeieriet. Tilstand Av de 6 byggen som stod på området på slutten av 1800-tallet er det bare tuftene som står igjen etter 3 av disse. Stampen/kverna skal ha blitt ødelagt allerede på 1800-tallet av isgang. Sagen er tidvis fortsatt i bruk, men går på strøm, og veitene er tørrlagte. Tørrleggingen av veitene har heldigvis skapt gode bevaringsforhold for begge kvernhusene. Industriområdet er i dag tettvokst kratt og løvskog, som gjør ruinene vanskelig å oppdage/fatte. Tilkomstveien og veitene er også overgrodde, og området rett vest for steinkloppen er brukt som dumpingplass for jernskrap og annet avfall. Datering Byggene er datert fra andre kvartal- til midten av 1800-tallet.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Norwegian
    Authors: 
    Agder fylkeskommune;
    Publisher: Askeladden

    Saga og kvenna lå i samme bygningen. Selve sagbygningen var 13 m lang og 4,2 m bred. På enden (mot fossen) lå kvennbygningen som var 4 m lang og 4,2 m bred. Av sagbygningen er det igjen åtte holdestein, 1-1,5 m høge. Vannhjulet og spindelen den er festet til er delvis intakt. Fra spindelen har det vært reimoverføring til drivhjulet til kvennkallen. Fra vannhjulet har det trolig vært en vannrenne ca. 15-20 m opp på fossekanten hvor det er en synlig liten daminnretning hvor vannet kunne føres inn i renna. Nedstrøms vannhjulet er det en steinmur som fører vannet ut i elva igjen. Tilstand (i 2007): Sagbygningen er revet, kvenna har nylig rast sammen. Begge kvennsteina som er festet til drivhjulet er på plass.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Nicu, Ionut Cristi; Lombardo, Luigi; Rubensdotter, Brita Lena Eleonor Fredin;

    Permafrost-dependent landslides occur in a range of sizes and are among the most dynamic landforms in the Arctic in the warming climate. Retrogressive thaw slumps (RTSs) are enlarging landslides triggered by thawing and release of excess water from permafrost ground ice, causing smaller or larger collapses of ground surface, which in turn exposes new permafrost to rapid thawing and collapse. In this study, a preliminary assessment of previous thaw slump activity in Nordenskiöld Land area of Svalbard is made based on remote sensing digitisation of 400 slump-scar features from aerial images from the Norwegian Polar Institute (NPI). RTS properties and distribution are analysed with an emphasis on their implications for the preservation of the Svalbard’s cultural heritage (CH). Our analysis shows that the areas where RTS scars and CH co-exist in Nordenskiöld Land are, at present, limited and cover mainly areas distributed along north-west (Colesbukta, Grønfjorden, Kapp Starostin), north-east (Sassendalen and Sassenfjorden) and south-west (Van Muydenbukta) coastlines. Taking into consideration the preliminary aspect of this inventory and study, it can be stated that for now, RTS and CH sites do not have a high level of co-existence, except for eight sites which are located at less than 100 m to a RTS and one site that is located inside a currently inactive slump-scar. Further mapping of RTS will be undertaken in order to have a complete picture of these climate triggered landslides potentially threatening the Arctic CH. The results of this study, even if preliminary, can be used by local authorities and stakeholders in prioritising future documentation and mitigation measures and can thus present a powerful tool in disaster risk reduction.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Khadka, Saurav;
    Country: Finland

    The aim of this thesis project was to design and test a wall painting robotic solution. The thesis topic was commissioned by HAMK Tech Research Group. Modern cities come with high apartment buildings, and the structures of their rooms are almost similar. Traditionally, human workers have been working on painting those walls. As the work is repetitive and labour intensive, there is a possibility for automation. Therefore, HAMK Tech wanted to employ a collaborative robot for the wall painting operation and to analyze the test results. A cost-effective wall painting system was designed using airless paint technology available in the market. In the end, a painting test was performed inside the Robotics lab of HAMK using a Universal Robot. The programming required for the test was done offline using URSim. After the test, a new end effector was designed, which used an electrical actuator instead of a pneumatic actuator, making the system more compact. The result of the test was a smooth and consistent painting operation. This report presents documentation of the design features, calculations, test setup, and Cad models.

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