Israel embarks on challenge to find sensor tech to map archaeological sites

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(Worthy News) – Israel is embarking on a challenge to make the mapping of archaeological sites tech-savvy using remote underground sensor technology in a move to cut costs and resources used up by extensive excavation.

For this initiative, the Ministry of Innovation, Science and Technology and the Israel Antiquities Authority are calling on entrepreneurs and companies specializing in remote sensing technologies to present innovative and groundbreaking solutions for the preliminary underground mapping of archaeological remnants before excavation start.

The IAA announced on Monday that NIS 150,000 ($43,000) will be earmarked to cover the costs of three remote sensing technologies, which will be selected for the demonstration of their solutions tailored for locating and detecting ancient treasures beneath the surface without using a shovel. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More…) ]

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