2nd Annual SEAHA Conference on Heritage Science

Exhibitors

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We are delighted to announce the support of the following exhibitors:

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Pro-Lite Technology Ltd 

Pro-Lite is a supplier of specialist equipment and services for a range of photonics applications including instruments for measuring light and the optical properties of materials.

Working with a selection of leading equipment manufacturers Pro-Lite offer an exciting range of hyperspectral and multispectral imagers including push-broom and snapshot imagers as well as hyperspectral microscopy. Pro-Lite also work with a range of spectrometer manufacturers providing broad wavelength range field-portable spectrometers, high-sensitivity Raman spectrometers, Optical Coherence Tomography instrumentation, photometers, colorimeters and laser safety eyewear.

Pro-Lite also provide independent lighting and optical test services as well as technical workshops to help business and technical leaders understand some of the most important technical challenges facing the lighting industry. These courses cover the latest developments in lighting safety standards and performance metrics including issues such as colour rendering, LED flicker assessment and the assessment of photobiological safety of lighting products.

For more information, please visit http://www.pro-lite.co.uk/

 

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AICON 3D Systems GmbH and Hexagon UK 

AICON 3D Systems is a leading manufacturer of optical and portable non‐contact 3D measuring systems for industrial manufacturing. Since April 2016, the company is part of Hexagon AB, a leading global provider of information technologies that drive productivity and quality across geospatial and industrial enterprise applications. Founded in 1990 and based in Braunschweig, Germany, AICON has been meeting the measurement needs of renowned companies in the aerospace, shipbuilding and other industries for over 25 years. Its technology portfolio includes portable coordinate measuring machines for universal applications and specialised optical 3D measuring systems that enable efficient, high precision monitoring, quality assurance and control.

The digital acquisition and documentation of cultural masterpieces is increasingly gaining importance — be it in architecture, fine arts, archaeology or palaeontology. The contact‐free 3D scanning technology of AICON Scanners works in the museum as well as at the archaeological site. It allows handling delicate objects with the utmost care and provides detailed 3D data with high‐resolution colour textures for thorough studies without using the original. AICON 3D Systems is an industrial partner of SEAHA and is actively involved in scientific research projects at national and international level.

For more information, please visit http://aicon3d.com/breuckmann‐scanner/arts‐culture.html

 

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National Heritage Science Forum  (NHSF)

The National Heritage Science Forum (NHSF) brings together the producers and users of heritage science to improve collaboration, help practitioners make better use of research, and demonstrate the public benefit of heritage science.

The Forum provides access to Kit-Catalogue, an online database of members’ equipment and facilities used for heritage science research. It supports open access to heritage science research through grants for Gold Open Access publication of articles, and through a partnership with Wikimedia UK to enhance and add to heritage science content on Wikipedia. It engages on behalf of members and the wider heritage science community with policy bodies and opinion formers to ensure a sustainable UK heritage science sector, and it works, through its members, as a Forum to deliver the National Heritage Science Strategy.

See www.heritagescienceforum.org.uk and Follow at @HertSci_UK

 

 

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2nd International SEAHA Conference 2016.
Photo by E. Keats Webb.

Centre for Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts Heritage and Archaeology