Pillerton Priors in 1947

Airphoto Rectification

Archaeological Surveys offer georeferencing, rectification and interpretation of airphotos.

Referencing can be achieved where geophysical anomalies are also visible as cropmark features on aerial photographs. This can provide a rapid means of improving the locational accuracy of cropmark features without the need for additional supporting ground survey. Where this is not possible, ground control is collected using RTK GPS.