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CHEERS: Cultural HEritagE. Risks and Securing activities (2018-2021)  /

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Description: The scope of this document (D.T2.3.2) is to present the outcomes of the science-practice lab for transnational dialogue on the use of geo-spatial information in cultural heritage valorisation. The international conference Open Data and Open Maps for Heritage Protection has been organized at Castelgrande Bellinzona (Ticino Canton, Switzerland) February 21st, 2020. The event brought the network of experts to the transnational level and has been a meaningful exchange of practices, strategies and tools, exploring the current situation and future scenarios in using open data and open maps to envision risks prevention and heritage protection. This report aims therefore to provide an overview of the event and the documentation gathered, including the program and thematic sessions, visual and audio recordings, discussions and feedbacks from speakers and participants, and a final conference evaluation.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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