ArchLab uses the Strategic Environmental Archaeology Database (SEAD) for storage and dissemination of research results and raw data. Data are currently available from MAL, with data from KFL and WDL (see Labs) being ingested. This SEAD research data infrastructure is in the process of being expanded and improved through the VISEAD research infrastructure project, both in terms of data coverage and user needs.

SEAD provides open access to archaeological science data created by the consortium partners or provided from other sources.

Read more on the project websites and