Greatly enjoyed speaking at the Irish Quaternary Association annual symposium on Remote sensing: Applications in Quaternary Science, Archaeology and Landscape Management at the Geological survey of Ireland in Dublin. Among some outstanding contributions the work of the Geological Survey of Ireland on mapping Quaternary sediments stood out. The draft digital mapping was of exceptional quality and the maps themselves highly effective cartography. GSI make much of their digital data freely available for use via their website, which is an example to all providers of public data.
My own presentation,on work using multispectral and hyperspectral airborne imagery for archaeological prospection and mapping is on slideshare and available below.