The day begins with registration and coffee at 9.30
Welcome and Introduction
- Nick Shepherd, CEO FAME: What does innovation mean? What are the barriers and opportunities to innovation in UK archaeology?
- TBA, RIBA Research and Innovation Goup: How RIBA promotes and supports innovation within the architechture with lessons for other professions.
- William Reddaway, Head of Innovation, Murphy: How do clients support innovation internally and on large projects, and what are their expectations for their supply chain?
- Discussion: How can we encourage innovation in archaeology?
- Dr Miranda Forster, Dig Ventures: How the DV system of on-site digital recording works, and how it could be transferrable to the other commercial projects.
- Paul Bryan, Geospatial Imaging Manager: The latest developments in how archaeology can use Building Information Management and how this is captured in the latest HE guidance
- Dr Rebecca Bennet, Director PTS Consultancy: The latest developments in LiDAR and remote sensing
- Helen Wass, Head of Heritage, HS2: What are HS2s objectives around innovation, and how will archaeology contribute?
- Jay Carver, 4AD Consultants: Crossrail as an example of innovative archaeology. What does the future hold for new ways of working?
- Discussion: What are the key themes for innovation over the next few years?
The conference will close with tea at 15.45