Wednesday february the 10th, GEOS organized a guest lecture about the ‘4D’ search for the hidden tomb of a Pharaoh, given by Robert Voûte MSc, Vice President Consulting at CGI.
The lecture linked archaeology and the use of drones and remote sensing techniques and included a usecase of remote sensing in the tomb of Tutankhamun from ancient Egypt. The tomb and mummies of the last kings of this period, who were responsible for the emptying of the tombs and re-burial of all the kings, have never been found, so herefore also remote sensing could be useful.
We hope to hear more from this project in the future.
The good attendance and the intriguing story contributed to a successful event. GEOS aims to organize more lectures such as this one in the future and hopes for your attendance.
Rights pictures: Robert Voûte MSc