• Encourage coordinated effort to fund and carry out combined aerial photography, LiDAR, multi/hyper-spectral data and geophysical survey.
• Enhance the systematic mapping of the aerial photographic cropmark record and its delivery as a web-mapping service.
• Adopt national guidelines for geophysical survey such as those of English Heritage and GeoSIG.
• Progress the creation of an on-line Scottish geophysical survey database along the lines of what the RCAHMS has for long offered, through Canmore, on aerial survey.
• Encourage more geophysical survey at the landscape level and in underwater work.
• Enhance the opportunities for geophysical survey in community-based archaeological projects.
• Ensure continuity in Scotland’s strong role in employing emerging technologies for digital recording and imaging in the heritage sphere.