Framework: NoE EPOCH - 1st Call for NEWTON projects Project title: CIMAD: {Common Infrastructure, Context Influenced} Mobile Acquisition and Delivery of Cultural Heritage data Partners: University of Bologna, Politecnico di Milano, University of Kent, Istituto per i Beni Artistica, Culturali e Naturali della Regione Emilia Romagna - IBC, Ducati Sistemi S.p.A. Total budget: 90 kEuro Duration: 15 months The goal of the project is the exploratory implementation of a framework for smart Cultural Heritage environments supporting distributed and mobile on-site applications, from data capture to public dissemination. Within CIMAD a Smart Environment is any confined area of cultural interest where there are means enabling IT devices to detect the occupants context, so that contextual information can be used to support and enhance their abilities in executing application specific actions. These means may be sensor systems embedded in the environment itself, sensors integrated in the platform, or both. The smart environment generated by the project will include networked context-aware mobile devices, repositories, context-servers and stationary clients. Existing context-aware mobile devices operating at the data capture end, such as PDAs able to collect contextualized field notes, will be made inter-operable with recording systems and repositories created by other EPOCH sources, and the recommendations of the standards group. These repositories will provide contextualised and conformable digital data to an authoring module specifically devised to develop context-related content tailored to the mobile clients operating at the dissemination end within the smart environment. The mobile clients will access the repositories according to a contextaware navigation and interaction policy implemented by the proposed framework and specified by the curator or by the target institution authority.

CIMAD: {Common Infrastructure, Context Influenced} Mobile Acquisition and Delivery of Cultural Heritage data

SALMON CINOTTI, TULLIO;RAFFA, GIUSEPPE;SCAGLIARINI, DANIELA;CORALINI, ANTONELLA;
2006

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Framework: NoE EPOCH - 1st Call for NEWTON projects Project title: CIMAD: {Common Infrastructure, Context Influenced} Mobile Acquisition and Delivery of Cultural Heritage data Partners: University of Bologna, Politecnico di Milano, University of Kent, Istituto per i Beni Artistica, Culturali e Naturali della Regione Emilia Romagna - IBC, Ducati Sistemi S.p.A. Total budget: 90 kEuro Duration: 15 months The goal of the project is the exploratory implementation of a framework for smart Cultural Heritage environments supporting distributed and mobile on-site applications, from data capture to public dissemination. Within CIMAD a Smart Environment is any confined area of cultural interest where there are means enabling IT devices to detect the occupants context, so that contextual information can be used to support and enhance their abilities in executing application specific actions. These means may be sensor systems embedded in the environment itself, sensors integrated in the platform, or both. The smart environment generated by the project will include networked context-aware mobile devices, repositories, context-servers and stationary clients. Existing context-aware mobile devices operating at the data capture end, such as PDAs able to collect contextualized field notes, will be made inter-operable with recording systems and repositories created by other EPOCH sources, and the recommendations of the standards group. These repositories will provide contextualised and conformable digital data to an authoring module specifically devised to develop context-related content tailored to the mobile clients operating at the dissemination end within the smart environment. The mobile clients will access the repositories according to a contextaware navigation and interaction policy implemented by the proposed framework and specified by the curator or by the target institution authority.
T. Salmon Cinotti; N. Ryan; F.Garzotto; G. Raffa; D. Scagliarini; A. Coralini; M. P. Guermandi; F. Sforza
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