From May 23 to 24 the UAV Conference: Big work for small planes Using UAVs and kites for archaeolgy took place in Berlin. The conference was perfectly organized by the excellence cluster TOPOI and by ArcLand.
Ronny Weßling participated with a poster about mapping Viking Age and Medieval harbour sites, which presents some insight in the work done for the HaNoA project.
On the last day of the conference, during the announced air show, crazy eye perspectives also demonstrated the technique of Kite Aerial photography to the public.
The poster can be downloaded here: https://www.academia.edu/7145541/Mapping_Viking_Age_and_Medieval_Harbour_Sites_with_Kite_Aerial_Photography