Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing Group

Background

The CIfA Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing Group (ASRS in short) was founded in September 2021. As a group we promote the dynamic specialism of aerial archaeology and work to enhance the awareness of ASRS techniques for heritage professionals all the while sharing and providing good practice and CPD training opportunities with group members. We also represent the views, aspirations and professional requirements of its members to the rest of the Institute and campaign for improvements in related practice and expertise.

Aims

The CIfA Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing Group aims to:

• Enhance awareness of Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing techniques for heritage;
• Create a professional standards framework for work in Aerial Archaeology;
• Support the CPD and professional networking of group members and;
• Create links with the European and world-wide Aerial Archaeology Research Group to communicate and share technical developments in our area of expertise.

Join the Group

The Group is open to anybody with interests, concerns or involvement with aerial archaeology. Membership is free to CIfA members who can join by selecting 'Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing' here. Non-members will need to pay a annual £10 fee.

ASRS does not currently have social media handles.
You can get in touch with the group and committee via groups [at] archaeologists.net.

ASRS committee

Chris Cox (Chair)
Mike Glyde (Secretary)
Maria Tenzer (Treasurer)
Adam Stanford
Michael Tomiak

We have vacancies for four committee members - if you would like to know more about the role, please get in touch via groups [at] archaeologists.net

Future events

For information about upcoming events, please visit our event calendar.

Three year plan

Plan forthcoming.

AGM minutes

There are no previous minutes for ASRS AGMs.

Committee meeting minutes

There are no previous minutes to for ASRS committee meetings.