The advent of the Internet of Things has led us towards the use of systems and infrastructures capable of collecting information through sensors. These technologies allow us to collect data stored in increasingly complex and rich databases that can increase the capacity of analysis and allow a use that leads to increasingly innovative services. This approach could be handy in application to the field of Cultural Heritage. In particular, buildings and artefacts of historical-cultural value need constant monitoring and maintenance. A system that can support expert users to monitor, manage, predict and choose the types of interventions to be performed could be beneficial in preserving Cultural Heritage. The proposed paper aims to present a system that can support expert users in monitoring, management, and maintenance using sensors based on the IoT paradigm. In order to test the proposed system, a prototype has been developed and tested in a real scenario: the monitoring of a building inside the Pompeii Archaeological Park. The preliminary results are promising.

An IoT-Based System for Expert User Supporting to Monitor, Manage and Protect Cultural Heritage Buildings

Casillo M.;Colace F.;Lorusso A.;Marongiu F.;Santaniello D.
2022

Abstract

The advent of the Internet of Things has led us towards the use of systems and infrastructures capable of collecting information through sensors. These technologies allow us to collect data stored in increasingly complex and rich databases that can increase the capacity of analysis and allow a use that leads to increasingly innovative services. This approach could be handy in application to the field of Cultural Heritage. In particular, buildings and artefacts of historical-cultural value need constant monitoring and maintenance. A system that can support expert users to monitor, manage, predict and choose the types of interventions to be performed could be beneficial in preserving Cultural Heritage. The proposed paper aims to present a system that can support expert users in monitoring, management, and maintenance using sensors based on the IoT paradigm. In order to test the proposed system, a prototype has been developed and tested in a real scenario: the monitoring of a building inside the Pompeii Archaeological Park. The preliminary results are promising.
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