stremke-archaeology offers a wide range of archaeology related surveying techniques and technologies.
Originally starting with theodolite survey and single image photogrammetry the survey section was constantly expanded by specialised training and new equipment.
Building on the core business and further developing skills it is now possible to offer all major forms of terrestrial survey, including:
Starting with a simple GPS Hand-held receiver in 1999 I constantly added new equipment and processing software. The aim is to have flexible systems which work alone or in combination with terrestrial survey. The skill set has been increased along with the equipment by specialised training. I now operate single and dual frequency receivers for all major GNS systems including GPS and GLONASS.
Already during my university time I had the chance to work with photogrammetry techniques extensively. This was later carried on and was refined as a valuable tool for booth field work and finds processing. In cooperation with my clients I was able to introduce photogrammetry into many archaeological projects. This started with traditional single image rectification and differential orthorectification and is now mostly done by multi image photogrammetry (structure from motion).
This part of the survey techniques can be divided into two parts:
Close range photogrammetry
These techniques are usually combined with terrestrial and GNSS survey to provide ground control and referencing. The output of photogrammetry work can be tailored to the clients needs. Possible output formats include:
stremke-archaeology provides customers with state of the art survey and documentation solutions for archaeological projects worldwide