Stone Plan

(Insitu and debris)

Stone plans, a method of architectural documentation used in all systematic archaeological excavations, produce homogeneous outputs in technical drawing standards. They allow us to perceive buildings and prepare technical projects benefiting from them. FieldTech has optimised the stone plan creation process by combining aerial and terrestrial methods. The integration process between equipment and software yielded its fruits with Ergo-Field, FieldTech Assistant, and FieldCAD software. Architects, who are familiar with architectural drawing techniques and the qualities of archaeological sites, make stone plan drawings, even though data is captured by hardware and software. It has proven that the system can produce the fastest stone plan drawings in the world. Terrestrial Completion with Ergo-Field Real-Time Data Processing Platform Over time, hand-drawn documents often become physically lost. Digitising these materials consumes a lot of time and energy, is costly, and is sophisticated. Besides, it's impossible to manually draw and vectorize large areas in a short time. It is obvious that digital documentation is significant and essential today. Ergo-field real-time documentation system helps in this manner. Please check the product catalogue to get more information. There are hidden areas in aerial orthophotos. Trees and plantations as natural elements, buildings as stable components, vehicles as mobile objects, blur, missing data, distortion, and exposure deteriorations in orthophotos are certain obstructions in order to document whole archaeological remains with aerial methods.

Schematic Plans

Schematic plans are another type of architectural documentation that can be layered with colours according to the function or period of the buildings, reflecting the structural integrity of the architectural remains on the surface or unearthed by excavation. Partial reconstructions of the schematic plans can reflect the relationship between the topography and the buildings as well as the relationships within each building.

Oblique Orthophoto, Elevation and Section

Architectural sections and elevations are quite enlightening about building techniques and materials, especially in archaeological sites that have cultural layers belonging to different periods of time. Oblique flights are beneficial to generate coordinated elevation orthophotos, which are used for vectorizing sophisticated surfaces easily and reliably. Photogrammetric 3D models are also used to obtain the sections.

3D Modelling, AR, VR, and Virtual Tour Applications

The photogrammetry method is used to generate high-precision 3D models of ancient remains. These models can be utilized for technical drawings, restoration and reconstruction projects, animations, presentations, VR, AR, and virtual tour applications. Go virtual! We bring the physical to the virtual! Enable experiencing the archaeological remains for everyone.