Fieldnotes: Digital Resources
FAIMS Project

The FAIMS Project is a community-driven, e-research initiative based at Macquarie University (Sydney, Australia) that develops digital tools for archaeology. Our flagship product is the FAIMS Mobile Platform, an open-source Android mobile application for recording structured, free text, multimedia, and geospatial data under by individuals or teams working under difficult field conditions. The FAIMS Mobile Platform can be deeply customised to accommodate a wide range of archaeological activities, while still promoting the creation of compatible datasets. We have partnerships with major archaeological data services (e.g., Open Context, tDAR, OCHRE, Heurist), allowing data to be easily exported to any of these platforms, or data can be exported to desktop spreadsheet, database, and GIS software.