The field of Geomatics currently provides measurement equipment which allow massive data collection, enabling a detailed geospatial definition. To this end, it is essential the integration of Geomatics in Archeology. This fact makes possible its further dissemination, in addition to graphic and cartographic documenting of an archaeological site. However, the use of the geomatic equipment without a metrological control would lead to geospatial products with inadequate quality, or even worse, unknown. In this paper, we present the latest systems for capturing the spatial information. In addition, it is exposed how the activity undertaken by the Technical Standardization Committee 82 of the Spanish Association for Standardization and Certification (AENOR) contributes to the metrological control of such sensors. This way it is possible to have a comprehensive graphic documentation with a high geospatial quality in the archaeological site.
Palabras clave: Geomatic systems, standardization, AENOR, archaeological site, metrological control
1st International Conference on Metrology for Archeology, Benevento, Benevento (Italia). 22 octubre 2015
Fecha de publicación: octubre 2015.
T. F. Pareja, M. Sáenz, Geospatial quality in archeological sites, 1st International Conference on Metrology for Archeology - MetroArcheo 2015. ISBN: 978-88-940453-3-8, pp. 101-105, Benevento, Italia, 22-23 Octubre 2015