In case of an emergency event (e.g., earthquake, storm, flood) cultural heritage and archeological monuments must be particularly cared because of their inestimable value and the intrinsic greater fragility. Morphological surveys must be executed immediately for quick identification of damages so that the needed operations can be planned and performed in the shortest timeframe. The survey, to be accurate and useful to the aim, must use the most modern technologies (laser scanner, 4k video, high-resolution pictures) but, considering the hostility of the environment, to process all the surveyed data on site in real time is practically impossible. Thus, a very efficient telecommunication system based on multiple segments and QoS assurance must be set up to send the collected data in real time to a remote location, equipped with powerful processing capability and adequate staff to perform evaluations and to provide support to decisions. This paper describes a project idea that analyzes the survey methodology and the technical feasibility of the telecommunication network.

Strollo, R.m., D’Auria, S., Luglio, M., Roseti, C., Zampognaro, F. (2017). Real time trasmission of Cultural Heritage 3D survey in case of emergency. In The 3rd International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Disaster Management (pp.1-6). IEEE Service Center.

Real time trasmission of Cultural Heritage 3D survey in case of emergency

STROLLO R. M.;Luglio M.;Roseti C.;Zampognaro F.
2017

Abstract

In case of an emergency event (e.g., earthquake, storm, flood) cultural heritage and archeological monuments must be particularly cared because of their inestimable value and the intrinsic greater fragility. Morphological surveys must be executed immediately for quick identification of damages so that the needed operations can be planned and performed in the shortest timeframe. The survey, to be accurate and useful to the aim, must use the most modern technologies (laser scanner, 4k video, high-resolution pictures) but, considering the hostility of the environment, to process all the surveyed data on site in real time is practically impossible. Thus, a very efficient telecommunication system based on multiple segments and QoS assurance must be set up to send the collected data in real time to a remote location, equipped with powerful processing capability and adequate staff to perform evaluations and to provide support to decisions. This paper describes a project idea that analyzes the survey methodology and the technical feasibility of the telecommunication network.
The 3rd International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Disaster Management
vienna
2016
Rilevanza internazionale
Settore ICAR/17 - Disegno
English
Italian
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Strollo, R.m., D’Auria, S., Luglio, M., Roseti, C., Zampognaro, F. (2017). Real time trasmission of Cultural Heritage 3D survey in case of emergency. In The 3rd International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Disaster Management (pp.1-6). IEEE Service Center.
Strollo, Rm; D’Auria, S; Luglio, M; Roseti, C; Zampognaro, F
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