Originally working with CAD (Computer-Aided Design) for many years and getting good results the need for GIS skills came up towards the end of my university time. Starting with simple mapping projects for dissertations i expanded my range of services over the years.
Building on CAD experience since 1999 i can offer a wide range of 2D and 3D CAD services:
The use of Geographical Information Systems is almost a must have in every archaeological project these days mostly used for simple mapping tasks it can be used for a wide range of analysis. I use QGIS as an open source software solution which has a wide range of applications especially if combined with many user created add ons. My services in the field of GIS focus on mapping and visualisation. Many of the tasks are similar to what can be done in CAD:
Services i offer which use possibilities unique to GIS are (amongst others):
stremke-archaeology provides customers with state of the art survey and documentation solutions for archaeological projects worldwide