16 Dec Press Release – Free Access to DroneArchaeology.com during our Open Beta phase
1. The first massive open online courses about Robotics, Drone Technologies and Applications, and Cultural Heritage Management.
2. The Open Beta phase will give first look to people who have signed up on DroneArchaeology.com
3. DroneArchaeology.com features a diverse course list including aerial, underwater and terrestrial robotics, 3D mapping & Modelling, 3D printing and other remote sensing technologies and techniques applied to Cultural Heritage.
4. TDroneArchaeology.com goes live as an open beta phase to capture real learner feedback and improve its ongoing development.
Online registration is available to learners during our open beta phase and will soon give access to a selection of free courses, across multiple platforms. The first courses will cover a range of topics, including Aerial Photography; 3D Mapping & Modelling; Underwater Drones; Multispectrum and Laser Cameras; How to Fly a UAV; Safety and Regulations; and everything you need to know to become a Certified Commercial UAV pilot in the U.S., to name a few.
These courses are open to the public and offers participation badges and certifications. These courses are geared for college students and cultural heritage management professionals, with no special technical background needed.
Independent learners will learn how to master these new skillsets and tools in a self-paced manner through the use of videos, articles, and online tests. To get started and enroll in a course learners can go to DroneArchaeology.com and create a free, password protected account.
Version 2.0 of DroneArchaeology.com, the first provider of massive, open, online courses (MOOCs) specialized in robotics and cultural heritage will go live in October with a new catalogue of courses for Cultural Heritage Management students & professionals. The new platform will be officially unveiled on International Archaeology Day, on Saturday, October 20th 2018.
DroneArchaeology.com currently has potential learners registered from over 20 countries, with more signing up daily.
Benoit Duverneuil, founder of DroneArchaeology.com said, “We’re excited to introduce this new online learning program to learners who have an interest for robotics, history and archaeology. Our team is composed by both technologists, data scientists and cultural heritage professionals. Together, we have compile a decade of experience and experiments to developed a comprehensive list of online classes about remote sensing technologies and applications. During the open beta phase, we will collect feedback from our first learners and apply it directly to our development roadmap, whether they need a specific feature or additional learning material.”
DroneArchaeology.com was created in 2013 by a Florida-based, independent research group, Aerial Digital Archaeology & Preservation (A.D.A.P.) as the first provider of affordable, high quality online and on-site education programs about robotics, 3D mapping & Modeling, artificial intelligence and machine learning used for Cultural Heritage Management.
At DroneArchaeology.com our vision is to empower a cultural heritage students and professionals with robotics, remote sensing techniques and computing capabilities for producing advanced mapping and modeling materials for analysis and interpretation. Learn more at www.dronearchaeology.com
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