Geo-graphical Representation for Future Challenges in e.Education


  • Agata Lo Tauro MIUR

Parole chiave:

Geomatics, land use, cloud platform, open data, GMES


This research is an opportunity to discuss how well investments in the development of surveying and mapping, through programmes such as GMES, may translate into operational, useful and relevant tools for environment professionals in the territory. Environmental analysis will be given the floor to provide the feedback on the experience with geomatic applications, and their needs under a pluri-disciplinary approach. The suitability of existing applications will be analyzed, as well as the efficiency of current support mechanisms for regions wishing to take up innovative applications and open data for sustainable management, heritage conservation and e.Education.The interdisciplinary research will analyze the following topics: territorial planning, environmental impact assessment, cultural heritage conservation, etc. from regional, national, European and International Strategies. This is a work in progress.


Riferimenti bibliografici

Lo Tauro, A. (2009). Georeferencing of Cultural Heritage and Risk Chart: research of novel applications, in EVA 2009 Florence, Proceedings, pp. 151-156.

Lo Tauro, A. (2010): "Uso della Geomatica per analizzare i Piani Paesaggistici Regionali, in Proceedings of the 12th ASITA Conference, Italy 2010, pp. 1355-1360

Lo Tauro, A. (2012): Geospatial Analysis and Data Integration for Cultural Resources Evaluation: A collection of articles on analytical geomatics and their applications. BAR International Series 2313 , 2011 p. 90

Lo Tauro, A. (2015): Geomatics for cultural and natural heritage conservation and valorisation, BAR International Series,




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Lo Tauro, A. (2016). Geo-graphical Representation for Future Challenges in e.Education. GEOmedia, 20(4). Recuperato da