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Smart Heritage: Defining the Discourse

David Batchelor, Marc Aurel Schnabel, Michael Dudding
2021 Heritage  
The Smart Heritage discourse signals an advancement in the literature beyond Digital Heritage and Virtual Heritage discourses as Smart Heritage pivots on the active curatorship of heritage experiences  ...  The academic literature contains an increasing quantity of references to Smart Heritage.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/heritage4020055 fatcat:3kiczlbxqbeb7hivvkxvfvh4qm

Interdisciplinary Relationships, Influence, and Aspirations for Smart Heritage in Local Government

David Batchelor, Marc Aurel Schnabel
2020 Heritage  
Smart Heritage, the novel convergence of smart city and heritage disciplines, is one interdisciplinary discourse that local governments utilise to address these demands.  ...  These considerations produce innovative aspirations for local governments on heritage and smart city matters.  ...  Brusaporci sees that Smart Heritage enhances the cultural DNA within smart cities by unleashing the broader cultural production capabilities of a city and its people through smart technologies and its  ... 
doi:10.3390/heritage3040078 fatcat:2f5w3vfvubhohmy4pxnw3hvtvi

A Composite Index to Measure Smartness and Competitiveness of Heritage Tourism Destination and Historic Building

Maysa Ali Selim, Noura Anwar Abdel-Fattah, Yasmine Sabry Hegazi
2021 Sustainability  
Additionally, it highlighted recommendations for future improvements to strengthen these heritage destinations to become smart heritage destinations capable of competition in the tourism sector.  ...  Furthermore, a pilot study was implemented for tourism heritage destinations to improve the quality and efficiency of the proposed index.  ...  Acknowledgments: Special thanks to all the professional experts who agreed to participate in this study, all the helpful staff of the historic Cairo project, and all the respondents for their valuable  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132313135 fatcat:3xfx5t4oonbwzhub7u3ookqlri

Towards Smarter Management of Overtourism in Historic Centres Through Visitor-Flow Monitoring

Mikel Zubiaga, Jose Luis Izkara, Alessandra Gandini, Itziar Alonso, Unai Saralegui
2019 Sustainability  
As part of the Smart Heritage City (SHCITY) project, a collection system for visitors is developed.  ...  Tourism, the much dreamt of redeemer for historic centres, also represents one of the main threats to heritage conservation: visitors can dynamize an economy, yet the rapid growth of tourism often has  ...  Acknowledgments: This research was supported by the Interreg Sudoe SOE1/P1/E0332 project. The participation of all Smart Heritage City (SHCITY) consortium members is gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11247254 fatcat:lumabhy2rffbleomwpm2whlsoy


M. Angelidou, E. Stylianidis
2020 ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
For each one we collected information regarding the overarching structure of the initiative, the positioning of cultural heritage and the inclusion of heritage-related smart city applications.  ...  We conclude that a new generation of smart city initiatives is emerging, in which cultural heritage is of increasing importance.  ...  » in the context of the project "Reinforcement of Postdoctoral Researchers -2nd Cycle" (MIS-5033021), implemented by the State Scholarships Foundation (ΙΚΥ).  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-annals-v-2-2020-957-2020 fatcat:4paupseyonagnlubfwtexjlnau

Smart Cities and Cultural Heritage - A Review of Developments and Future Opportunities

Ann Borda, Jonathan P. Bowen
2017 EVA London 2017  
A main focus of the paper is an assessment of selected case studies in the cultural heritage sector exploring the use of smart platforms and visualisation technologies.  ...  This paper reviews a cross-section of international developments in smart cities and their implications for the cultural heritage sector.  ...  Enabling Technologies In the context of both smart cities and smart cultural heritage, the smartness requirements of each are equally aligned to new intelligent and contextualised services.  ... 
doi:10.14236/ewic/eva2017.2 dblp:conf/eva/BordaB17 fatcat:n2q7oig7ufendjd5favnc2dnnq

Opportunities and Recommendations for Local Governments Delivering Smart Heritage

David Batchelor, Marc Aurel Schnabel
2021 CAADRIA proceedings   unpublished
Smart Heritage, the convergence of the smart city and heritage disciplines, offers local governments means to regulate and steer these issues.  ...  It finds opportunities for smart computer-led technologies to design unique economic, place-making, and governance experiences in cities and recommendations that normalise the delivery of local governments  ...  The Smart City Advisor for the City of Melbourne identified opportunities for an 'intuitive city' system that monitors public squares and parks and redesigns them in real-time to enhance meaning and functionality  ... 
doi:10.52842/conf.caadria.2021.2.749 fatcat:tlbm4ar56rfvrpivneo57neknu

Smart Tourism Destinations [chapter]

Dimitrios Buhalis, Aditya Amaranggana
2013 Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2014  
This paper aims to take advantage from the development of Smart Cities by conceptualising framework for Smart Tourism Destinations through exploring tourism applications in destination and addressing both  ...  The rapid development of technologies introduces smartness to all organisations and communities. The Smart Tourism Destinations (STD) concept emerges from the development of Smart Cities.  ...  The concept of Smart City represents an environment where technology is embedded within the city.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-03973-2_40 dblp:conf/enter/BuhalisA14 fatcat:7ilje2j3yzb2lkml2dhq3z4t2i

Overtourism in urban destinations: the myth of smart solutions

María García Hernández, Josep Ivars Baidal, Sofía Mendoza de Miguel
2019 Boletín de la Asociación de Geógrafos Españoles  
City y del proyecto DTI.  ...  combina la recopilación documental de iniciativas y medidas recogidas en documentos de planificación turística con la realización de entrevistas semiestructuradas a los responsables de la estrategia Smart  ...  (Ruzafa market real time info in Valencia) • Management of historical heritage (Smart Heritage City Project in Ávila) • Smart Grid technologies for energy efficiency in Málaga • Water management  ... 
doi:10.21138/bage.2830 fatcat:5gm4jajp35g4ddh5oarxbjxejm

Representation Challenges: The Reasons of the Research [chapter]

Andrea Giordano, Michele Russo, Roberta Spallone
2021 Representation Challenges. Augmented Reality and Artificial Intelligence in Cultural Heritage and Innovative Design Domain  
Augmented Reality (AR) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are technological domains that closely interact with space at architectural and urban scale in the broader ambits of cultural heritage and innovative  ...  intangible Cultural Heritage.  ...  Not only in the will of capturing the users, but in the true belief that Digital Heritage is an occasion allowing an easier reading and an option for spreading the knowledge of Cultural Heritage.  ... 
doi:10.3280/oa-686.2 fatcat:f5snin27qbcspohd4hjrdbgc5m

Beyond the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction: Vulnerability Reduction as a Challenge Involving Historical and Traditional Buildings

Valentina Pica
2018 Buildings  
The study points out that cultural heritage might be the core field of action for capacity building in less vulnerable places, and that its protection is one of the main tasks to attend to in order to  ...  The paper also aims to answer questions such as: which actions could allow better protection of cultural heritage?  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/buildings8040050 fatcat:ti77kutssrf3tbeaklz2rdu75y

Innovative Tools for Tourism and Cultural Tourism Impact Assessment

Tarmo Kalvet, Maarja Olesk, Marek Tiits, Janika Raun
2020 Sustainability  
While cultural heritage holds many tangible and intangible values for local communities and society in general, there is a knowledge gap regarding suitable methods and data sources to measure the impacts  ...  There is unprecedented availability of open and big data, and there are rapid developments in intelligence gathering and the application of analytical tools.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12187470 fatcat:imrrheysjvdhrof337f5bonipi

A Review of Heritage Building Information Modeling (H-BIM)

Facundo López, Pedro Lerones, José Llamas, Jaime Gómez-García-Bermejo, Eduardo Zalama
2018 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
This article is a review of the existing literature on H-BIM and its effective implementation in the cultural heritage sector, exploring the effectiveness and the usefulness of the different methodologies  ...  The complex modeling of cultural heritage through commercial BIM software leads to the consideration of the concept of Heritage BIM (H-BIM), which pursues the modeling of architectural elements, according  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors acknowledge the "Heritage and Restoration" S.L.U. (Palencia, Spain) for its advice and support.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti2020021 fatcat:bwhdffnxjbe63j3atxw52z4wmi

The role of an Architect in Creating the Image of an Elderly-Friendly Sustainable Smart City

Joanna Tymkiewicz
2019 Buildings  
The idea of sustainable smart city has extensive scientific literature where the architects' role in designing built environments, being a physical platform for implementing "elderly-friendly" solutions  ...  The main objective of the article is to define the role of architects in creating the image of sustainable smart cities, focusing on senior citizens.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The author declares no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/buildings9100223 fatcat:z7vt3eppwrcgrgihvaigodlc5m

Smart destinations and the evolution of ICTs: a new scenario for destination management?

Josep A. Ivars-Baidal, Marco A. Celdrán-Bernabeu, Jose-Norberto Mazón, Ángel F. Perles-Ivars
2017 Current Issues in Tourism  
One of these models is the emerging smart tourism destination (STD), although it requires greater conceptual precision in order to become a new paradigm for destination management.  ...  This paper proposes a systemic model for STDs which facilitates the interpretation of the role of ICTs in the management of tourism destinations.  ...  Definition of smart tourist destinations models" (CSO2014-59193-R) under the Spanish National R&D&I Plan financed by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13683500.2017.1388771 fatcat:iog2g5dm2fa7lfojsxs32q7iuy
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