Nowadays, the scentific research of evidence of the Roman army in the Marcomannian territories is based on systematic mapping of findings, which indicate direct presence of the Roman army in the territories of Moravia, Lower Austria and south-western Slovakia and its displacement during the period of Marcomanniac wars. During the last years were uncovered number of important finds, mostly form metal detector prospections. Into the methodology of prospection and presumable uncovering of other military objects are use wide ranges of GIS analyses, aerial and field prospections. Within this topic of interest is the Branche office in Doní Dunajovice incorporated into numbers of international cooperation projects (e. g. Institute of Archaeology in Nitra, RGK Frankfurt am Main).
Since 2010 take place a project of mutual cooperation with the Austrian Institute of Archaeology in Viena (ÖAI Wien, doc. dr. Stefan Groh, dr. Helga Sedlmayer), aimed to the problematics of the Roman temporary camps also on the territory of Lower Austria. Within the frame of the cooperation the research team of Branch office of Dolní Dunajovice has conducted two season terrain research of fortification structures of the Roman temporary camp in Engelhartstetten.
The most recently in 2012, there was launched bilateral project, which thematically build on cooperation of the Austrian Institute of Archaeology (ÖAI Wien, doc. dr. Stefan Groh, dr. Helga Sedlmayer) and Institute of Archaeology, Brno (Mgr. Balázs Komoróczy, PhD.). The project is aimed to multidisciplinary research of the Roma military camps in the area of Moravia and Lover Austria north to the river Danube. This approach (mostly incorporation of natural sciences and digital documentation procedures) and posed questions are focused to revision of information potential and interpretation possibilities of relicts of fortification structures of the Roman temporary camps in the territories of the Central Dunabian region.