Keynote Speakers:

Karen Brookfield: Director (Strategy), Heritage Lottery Fund: Digital Past, Present and Future: A perspective from the Heritage Lottery Fund

Anthony Corns: Technology Manager, The Discovery Project

Richard Hughes: ICOMOS UK, ICORP

Andrew Lewis: Digital Content Delivery Manager, The V & A: Prototyping, Surveying, Observation and data - How evidence from users improves your services

Jon Munro: Head of Digital Leadership, Visit Wales: Digital Marketing Strategies for Heritage Tourism in Wales

Professor Robert Stone: Director, Human Interface Technologies Team, University of Birmingham: High-Tech Drones and Immersive Displays - Exploiting new technologies for Digital Heritage

Linda Tomos: Chief Executive, National Library of Wales: Opening Address

Digital Survey: An Integrated Approach:

Damien Campbell-Bell (Wessex Archaeology): Engaging the Community with Digital Archaeology at the Old Church of St Nicholas, Uphill

Louise Barker (RCAHMW): Gigapixel Photography

John Bedford (Historic England): Landscape Survey: An Integrated Approach

Gareth Edwards (RCAHMW): RCAHMW Guidelines for Digital Archaeological Archives – A Sustainable Approach to Digital Preservation

Neil Forbes (Coventry university): The RICHES Project

Einion Gruffudd (National Library Wales): The Cynefin Project

Maurice Murphy (Dublin Institute of Technology): Historic Building information modelling (HBIM) of the Four Courts and Henrietta Street, Historical Classical buildings in Dublin City

Bart de Nil (FARO: Flemish Interface for Cultural Heritage): Cijferboek cultureel erfgoed: Survey and monitoring digital heritage in Flanders

Scott Williams (Cardiff University): Digital Saqqara: From bits of paper to bytes of data

Digital Heritage Tourism:

Sarah Crossland (National Churches Trust): Explore Churches & Religiana

Lizzie Edwards (Samsung Digital Discovery Centre, The British Museum): Walking through the Bronze Age: the value of virtual reality environments for museums

Andrew Lloyd Hughes (TruTourism): Digital interpretation: Good, bad, indifferent.

James Loxley (University of Edinburgh): The Digital Mapping of Edinburgh's Literary Heritage

Donna Mitchenson (Durham University): Exploring Intangible Cultural Heritage

Tom Pert (Peoples Collection Wales): iBeacons

Kate Roberts (Cadw): Pack Your Imagination: creative Digital Marketing

Richard Marggraf Turley, Hywel Griffiths & Reyer Zwiggelaar (Aberystwyth University): Quantifying the Sublime: a real-time dynamic biometric approach to the appreciation of landscape


Louise Barker (RCAHMW): Gigapixel photography: An introduction

Jon Dollery (RCAHMW): GIS: An Introduction to Geo-referencing

Carys Evans (National Library of Wales): The Cynefin Project

Neil Rathbone (Webnebulus): Info-Point: Wi-Fi in the Late Neolithic 

Helen Rowe & Berian Elias: People's Collection Wales

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