Smart and Resilient cultural heritage and cities of tomorrow: the role of approaches integrating remote and in-situ sensing, material characterization, modelling and ICT tools
The new scenario related to the global urbanization process and its impact on environmental sustainability and resilience to natural disasters, especially the ones related to the Climate Change, strongly call holistic multidisciplinary and multi-sectorial approaches for the management of urban areas and Cultural heritages.
These approach aim at providing solutions based on the integration of technologies, methodologies and best practices (remote and local monitoring, simulating and forecasting, characterizing, maintaining, restoring, etc.), with the purpose to increase the resilience of the assets, also thanks to the exploitation of dedicated ICT architectures and innovative eco-solutions and also by accounting the social and economic value of the investigated areas, especially in CH frame.
In this context, attention is also focused on the high-resolution geophysical imaging is assuming a great relevance to manage the underground and to adopt new strategies for the mitigation of geological risks.
This session represents a good forum to present, technologies best practices and share different experiences in the field of the urban areas and CH management and protection, against the multi-risk scenarios and for the different situations at European and worldwide level. Finally, great attention will be devoted to the success cases, with a specific focus on recent international projects on smart cities and Cultural heritage in Europe and other countries.
Massimiliano Moscatelli, Dario Albarello, Gabriele Scarascia Mugnozza, Floriana Pergalani, Francesco Stigliano, Marco Amanti, Stefano Catalano, Salvatore Martino, Alessandro Pagliaroli, Giuseppe Cosentino, Vincenzo Di Fiore, Giuseppe Lanzo, Lucia Luzi, Enrico Priolo, and Paolo Messina