North of the former Roman fort Dambach the former Roman arena is situated in the forest area. The whole construction has been removed but in the range of the ground circular fortifications with several accesses can be identified. To visualise the existing field survey a laser scan of the forest area was conducted, the existing planting was digitally removed and a ground model was intermeshed. Thereby a display of the existing ground situation is possible.

At the former Roman fort in Ruffenhofen building activities are envisaged in one of the existing ponds. The former vicus of the Roman fort Dambach is situated in the area of the pond. In preparation of an excavation in 2007 the bottom area of the pond was surveyed with a laser scanner, as the area was not accessible due to sludge depositions and suspensions. The laser scan was processed into an as-built mapping.

By order of the city of Weißenburg a new documentary/educational film was created to describe the Roman bath in Weißenburg. As a basis for a visualisation, which was conducted by Mr Robert Frank from Ansbach, a laser scan of the reconstructed excavations was carried out. With 21 viewpoints a point cloud representing the current state of construction was created which served as a basis for the three-dimensional visualisation of the former state of the building.

Together with the Bavarian State Office for the Preservation of Historical Monuments a Bronze Age burial ground was scanned in the district Biburg of the community Nennslingen.

The recording was conducted through a regular archaeological survey and detailed drawings as well as by 3D laser scanning as accompanying archaeological documentation.

The measurement results were visualised and additionally generated as a 3D printing.

In the monastery Plankstetten a new building of the former area of the Romanesque cloister is to be carried out.

For a documentation of the archaeological remains of the Romanesque cloister archaeological excavations were carried out in 2008 and in spring 2009. The excavation results were documented by the archaeologists.

Furthermore, a terrestrial laser scan of the whole excavation area as well as of the surrounding development was conducted as a basis for a possible visualisation.

Project List:

  • Nuremberg, excavations at the imperial castle
  • Documentation Dolichenus stone
  • Burial ground Kleinaitingen
  • Rothenburg ob der Tauber, excavation findings gardener’s house
  • Gunzenhausen, limes watch tower
  • GGaimersheim, area scan for the reconstruction of a Roman villa
  • Bad Windsheim, early medieval grave
  • Dambach, limes basements and fort walls
  • Göbekli Tepe, Turkey, early Neolithic mountain sanctuary
  • Schweinfurt, former city tower
  • Heilsbronn, excavations in the area of the former Cistercian Monastery Heilsbronn

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