in remote areas using UAVs
Lost City, Hoax, Atahualpa's Tomb?
Aerial Digital Archaeology & Preservation (ADAP) is an independent research group specialized in exploration & technology.
We volunteer to provide NON-INVASIVE technology to Professional archaeologists, anthropologists, geologists, historians, experts in geography, and local preservation authorities.
As Drone and 3D imaging technologies are growing and becoming more accessible, we are keep trying to push ... Read more!
Two prototypes of helicopters with high definition cameras attached are being used to study and protect ... Read more!
UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), or “drones” as they are commonly referred to, are increasingly common in ... Read more!
James Newhard is Director of Archaeology at the College of Charleston, where he works to bring 3D imaging, ... Read more!
A miniature airborne drone has helped archaeologists capture images for creating a 3-D model of an ancient ... Read more!
The spy craft are not just being used in war and military surveillance - in Peru, they are studying ancient ... Read more!
Teotihuacan, an ancient, abandoned city about an hour north of Mexico City, was once one of the largest cities ... Read more!
Top Coder teams with NASA and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Albert Lin. Partnership will accelerate ... Read more!
Photogrammetry and 3D
Ground Penetrating Radars
Documentation and Research
The objectives of the Aerial Digital Archaeology & Preservation (ADAP) research group include promoting, protecting and conserving the global archaeological heritage. Our group members conduct their activities according to the principles of scholarly practice and in compliance with local preservation laws and regulations.