The methodology implemented to analyze the heritage, document, and disseminate it has been applied in an emblematic case in southern Italy, located on the Amalfi Coast, now a UNESCO heritage site. The publication presents a workflow that includes the use and integration of advanced digital survey techniques. Different sensors have been integrated - according to the needs and objectives of the different elements of the case study - passive, such as UAV photogrammetry, and active, such as static TLS and dynamic MLS laser scanning -SLAM technology. Based on a reverse engineering process, taking as a basis the integrated point cloud and modeling from a definition of priorities and a classification of levels of development and information; considering the detail in complex geometries, such as arches, vaults, or decorative elements, a strategic HBIM modeling of the case study was performed. The objective was to centralize all the information acquired from the case study, analyze, organize, and catalog it in a shared data repository, to facilitate collaboration and management in an interdisciplinary environment allowing to streamline tasks and optimize processes. Digital technologies at the service of heritage improve the digitization process and establish new pedagogical frontiers and modify the way of understanding, interpreting, and transmitting it to future generations, and offer a new horizon of strategies to make decision-making on its conservation more sustainable over time. This vision of heritage protection through digital technologies aims to be the key tool in current efforts to conserve, study and promote Cultural Heritage.

Nuevas experiencias en la fruición digital del Patrimonio Cultural. El caso de Villa Rufolo en Ravello.

Carla Ferreyra
2020

Abstract

The methodology implemented to analyze the heritage, document, and disseminate it has been applied in an emblematic case in southern Italy, located on the Amalfi Coast, now a UNESCO heritage site. The publication presents a workflow that includes the use and integration of advanced digital survey techniques. Different sensors have been integrated - according to the needs and objectives of the different elements of the case study - passive, such as UAV photogrammetry, and active, such as static TLS and dynamic MLS laser scanning -SLAM technology. Based on a reverse engineering process, taking as a basis the integrated point cloud and modeling from a definition of priorities and a classification of levels of development and information; considering the detail in complex geometries, such as arches, vaults, or decorative elements, a strategic HBIM modeling of the case study was performed. The objective was to centralize all the information acquired from the case study, analyze, organize, and catalog it in a shared data repository, to facilitate collaboration and management in an interdisciplinary environment allowing to streamline tasks and optimize processes. Digital technologies at the service of heritage improve the digitization process and establish new pedagogical frontiers and modify the way of understanding, interpreting, and transmitting it to future generations, and offer a new horizon of strategies to make decision-making on its conservation more sustainable over time. This vision of heritage protection through digital technologies aims to be the key tool in current efforts to conserve, study and promote Cultural Heritage.
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