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EPHORATE OF ANTIQUITIES OF CYCLADES

EFOREIA ARCHAIOTITON KYKLADON
Country: Greece

EPHORATE OF ANTIQUITIES OF CYCLADES

2 Projects, page 1 of 1
  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 101132308
    Overall Budget: 3,996,150 EURFunder Contribution: 3,996,150 EUR

    ARGUS draws on the current challenges in monitoring remote built heritage assets and the current research focus on preventive preservation, and envisions the development of: (a) a novel built heritage digital twin model to support multi-scale/modal data; (b) an advanced digitisation strategy to support the digital twin model; (c) a portable measurements system for non-descructive physical and chemical monitoring based on miniaturised sensors, and sensor composites integration, comprising of ground and aereal components; (d) AI-enabled methods for the modeling and identification (reverse engineer) of threat factors and their impact; (e) AI-powered multimodal data methods for the fusion of (i) remote sensing climate, weather and pollution data with (ii) natural disaster regional statistics, (iii) governmental statistics (ii) on-site acquired measurements; (f) Trustworthy AI decision support methods for the preventive preservation of built heritage. ARGUS’ innovation targets: (a) Researchers/academics: data from the ARGUS monitoring systems, long-term status processed data, the novel multimodal digital twin white paper, multidimensional/modal data visualisations, APIs. (b) Stakeholders/heritage managers/practitioners: real-time monitoring, long-term status analysis, predictive preser¬vation predictions, intervention decision support. (c) Authorities: real-time monitoring, long-term status analysis, predictive preservation strategies. (d) General public: real-time visualisations, crowdsourcing and citizen contribution in preventive preservation, citizens-in-the-loop R&I design with Living Labs and Hackathons.

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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 101095253
    Overall Budget: 3,999,290 EURFunder Contribution: 3,999,290 EUR

    The THETIDA project approaches safeguarding and protecting Europe’s coastal and underwater cultural heritage from the effects of climate change and natural hazards in a holistic manner that includes risk management, protection and preparedness, as complementary strategies to prevent damages to CH sites, identify and ward off additional threats and promote policy tools for climate neutrality and economic resilience in coastal areas. THETIDA project achieves this goal through the development of a preventive conservation strategy that includes monitoring, risk preparedness and management, for underwater and coastal CH (U&C-CH) sites, identify and ward off additional threats and promote adaptation, reconstruction and other post-disruption strategies to restore normal conditions to the historic area, as well as long-term strategic approaches to adapt to CC and to wield policy tools for economic resilience. In this project, an interdisciplinary team of researchers, experts and practitioners will develop, test and validate an integrated multiple heritage risk assessment and protection system with evidence-based monitoring frameworks, innovative tools and instruments and through participatory processes (Citizens’ Science and Living Labs). The project implementation actions will link the social innovations with cutting-edge technologies (ICT and IoT harmonised tools).

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