- Skills Training
- The Latest Technology and Innovations in Building Conservation
This masterclass will cover the different laser scanning solutions that can be applied across heritage
- and drone
Although we work with traditional materials and look at traditional buildings, we utilize Technology to help us understand and record buildings better and faster than we ever have before.
We will also discuss their application through several case-study projects ranging from object collections to building recordings.
With their increased use in the sector, we must look at the potential for providing captured imagery and processed data that can aid the remote inspection and documentation of historic buildings and structures.
Could new technologies such as drones and laser scanners be the answer to inspecting buildings conditions through time and getting a handle on preventative maintenance? Could the digital twins be the answer to rebuilding after catastrophic events such as fire and or record the way a building looks at a static moment in time?
✓ The application of laser scanners in the heritage sector
✓ Use and limitations
✓ The regulations that govern the use of drones in the UK.
✓ Case studies
This course is aimed at those who work with, own or are responsible for traditional buildings. Suitable for building and heritage professionals such as architects, surveyors or planners the course would also be of interest to homeowners, those responsible for maintenance works to traditional buildings or those considering a renovation or conversion project.
We are always happy to help learners choose the right course. Please contact us if you would like to discuss which course is suitable for you.
We are running this masterclass FREE of charge as part of our funding grant awarded by Historic Environment Scotland.
Bookings will be taken on a first-come-first-served basis. Please contact our admin team on 01383 872722 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions
Contact me when a new date is scheduled
19th April 2023 - 26th April 2023
03rd September 2021 - 9th February 2022
18th April 2023 - 5th December 2023
17th March 2023 - 22nd September 2023