Enhancing accessibility of Cultural Heritage information represent a key step for the implementation of sustainable and inclusive valorisation actions that recognize knowledge as valuable and operable material. The paper addresses the issue from the point of view of the opportunities offered by digital technologies, in particular through the tool of the digital interoperable platforms for repository, processing and visualization of open and interoperable data – of different format (3d models, images, texts, etc.), collected from different sources (traditional repositories, digital libraries, real-time contents, IoT, sensors, social networks, etc.) and targeting multiple types of users (researchers, authorities, policy makers, tourists, citizens, etc.). The comparison between three projects - The EU funded INCEPTION project – Inclusive Cultural Heritage in Europe through 3D semantic Modelling (2015-2019), The H2020 ROCK project - Regeneration and Optimization of Cultural heritage in creative and Knowledge (2017-2020) and the on-going PON PNR IDEHA project (2017-2021) – Innovation for Data Elaboration in Heritage Areas – with different focus, explain possible knowledge-driven strategies of data use models and information databases, aimed at the common goal of improving accessibility, knowledge, enhancement and conservation of Cultural Heritage. The achieved results show how the information management through open interoperable platforms represents a helpful decision and monitoring support for the processes involving Cultural Heritage: in addition to providing data and digital resources to different users, it is able to create collaborative networks between all actors involved at various levels and to enable new potential knowledge scenarios.

CULTURAL HERITAGE AND INTEROPERABLE OPEN PLATFORM: STRATEGIES FOR KNOWLEDGE, ACCESSIBILITY, ENHACEMENT AND NETWORKING

Danila Longo
;
Andrea Boeri;Beatrice Turillazzi;Serena Orlandi
2020

Abstract

Enhancing accessibility of Cultural Heritage information represent a key step for the implementation of sustainable and inclusive valorisation actions that recognize knowledge as valuable and operable material. The paper addresses the issue from the point of view of the opportunities offered by digital technologies, in particular through the tool of the digital interoperable platforms for repository, processing and visualization of open and interoperable data – of different format (3d models, images, texts, etc.), collected from different sources (traditional repositories, digital libraries, real-time contents, IoT, sensors, social networks, etc.) and targeting multiple types of users (researchers, authorities, policy makers, tourists, citizens, etc.). The comparison between three projects - The EU funded INCEPTION project – Inclusive Cultural Heritage in Europe through 3D semantic Modelling (2015-2019), The H2020 ROCK project - Regeneration and Optimization of Cultural heritage in creative and Knowledge (2017-2020) and the on-going PON PNR IDEHA project (2017-2021) – Innovation for Data Elaboration in Heritage Areas – with different focus, explain possible knowledge-driven strategies of data use models and information databases, aimed at the common goal of improving accessibility, knowledge, enhancement and conservation of Cultural Heritage. The achieved results show how the information management through open interoperable platforms represents a helpful decision and monitoring support for the processes involving Cultural Heritage: in addition to providing data and digital resources to different users, it is able to create collaborative networks between all actors involved at various levels and to enable new potential knowledge scenarios.
Sustainable development and planning XI
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Danila Longo; Andrea Boeri; Beatrice Turillazzi; Serena Orlandi
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