AARG sees the aerial perspective as integral to the pursuit of key questions in archaeology and heritage, including landscape character, long term landscape change, human ecodynamics, and the experience of place. We are a community of heritage professionals, researchers, students and independent scholars dedicated to education, research and outreach initiatives involving the acquisition and application of data from airborne and spaceborne platforms. AARG provides opportunities for networking, mentorship, and exchanges of ideas on theories, methods and technologies related to aerial archaeology. The organization supports an annual conference, workshops, training schools, and publications.
Membership is open to all who have an interest or practical involvement in aerial archaeology, remote sensing and landscape studies.
AARG is a registered charity: number SC 023162