The stratigraphic study conducted at the site of Castiglioncello Trinoro is characterized by a systematic use of modern technologies applied to archeology. For example, three-dimensional relief using laser scanners, the development and implementation of a GIS platform, the update daily with the web as identified on the site, the computer files and three-dimensional reconstructions.
The use of these technologies, while well so soon to the great mass of data from archaeological survey type, the other allows for their optimal management over time.
Currently, within this section are part of some subsections dedicated to the documentation of what brought to light during the days of excavation.
In detail, the section is divided into four subsections:
- A WebGis updated in real time and in which are inserted two-dimensional floor plans of all the stratigraphic units identified during the investigation;
- The US database, or the digital archive of all stratigraphic units identified during the investigation.
- Three-dimensional relief techniques through 3D laser scanning of the excavation;
- A study by the typological findings identified.