New “Groundbreaking” Technology

Photo taken by Avi Morag

Professor Lev Eppelbaum of Tel Aviv University has developed a new technology that can identify archeological structures up to 150 feet deep and can produce 3 and 4D representations. This technology can  filter out the "background noise" of extraneous features in its path. Prior to this innovation, archeologists relied on infrared technology that could not provide accurate detections due to features like water pipes. With this new technology, archeologists can now broaden their list of sites for potential discovery. For more information, click here

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