After an intense half a year, all the background activity led by my colleague Lawrence Molloy finally led to hands-on cultural heritage documentation on Country for the Gunditjmarra traditional owners of Budj Bim in March this year. These three days were of data collection were followed by months of data processing, primarily by our fantastic students that processed the UAV (drone) and UGV (robot) data. Finally, we were able to interpret the landscape quantitatively and support the UNESCO bid with visualizations.
We also managed to put a short communication about the start of this great collaboration to Nature ( https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-02315-y ).
And some eye candy here: