The paper, aiming to retrieve the original meaning of Smart City, attempts to demonstrate its impact in the field of Cultural Heritage (CH). It presents a framework - applied in a project for a prototypical case study of ‘Widespread Built Heritage’ (WBH) - to create a Smart cultural city, transforming Cultural Items into Smart Cultural Objects (SCO), meant as sources and recipients of advanced information. The framework aims to provide an extensive and robust theoretical support to design and to manage the processes of Cultural Objects (CO) and Cultural bins, implementing a methodological system and an advanced environment based on Smart technologies.

A Framework for a Smart Cultural City

MARTINI, BERTA;
2017-01-01

Abstract

The paper, aiming to retrieve the original meaning of Smart City, attempts to demonstrate its impact in the field of Cultural Heritage (CH). It presents a framework - applied in a project for a prototypical case study of ‘Widespread Built Heritage’ (WBH) - to create a Smart cultural city, transforming Cultural Items into Smart Cultural Objects (SCO), meant as sources and recipients of advanced information. The framework aims to provide an extensive and robust theoretical support to design and to manage the processes of Cultural Objects (CO) and Cultural bins, implementing a methodological system and an advanced environment based on Smart technologies.
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