Il primo dimostratore Smart City applicato ai Beni Culturali


  • Luca Papi


Parole chiave:

Fruizione intelligente, valorizzazione, realtà  aumentata, tecnologie 2.0, droni, QR-Code


Smart City living lab on the Island of Ortigia in Siracusa - UNESCO World Heritage site since 2005 - is focused on the valorization of the historical heritage present on that territory, in order to facilitate the management and promotion of intelligent, creating direct communication channels, providing personalized information and services in real time for tourists and citizens. The implemented solutions represent a national preview of the project and allow an immersive experience of archaeological heritage through the use of Web 2.0 technologies and intuitive navigation consistent with all contents across all media available to users.

Riferimenti bibliografici

Guidi Paola, La città antica diventa smart, Nòva, Il Sole 24Ore, 16 novembre 2014




Come citare

Papi, L. (2014). Il primo dimostratore Smart City applicato ai Beni Culturali. Archeomatica, 5(4).



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