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Campania Cultura: the first Made in Italy digital ecosystem for cultural heritage

Campania Cultura: the first Made in Italy digital ecosystem for cultural heritage

Use Case

A unique experiment in our country, one that brings together, in a single platform, the great archaeological, archival, bibliographic, cinematographic, musical, historical-artistic, and theatrical cultural heritage of a region. This is Campania Cultura, the first Made in Italy digital ecosystem for cultural heritage.

The project’s impressive figures

4

complete transpositions of physical exhibits into a 3D environment

95

IoT sensors: temperature, moisture, brightness, and people count

65

sensors for ensuring the safety of works of art

30

sensors for monitoring traffic within the Via Duomo regional museums ecosystem

115

3D reconstructions

175

360° photographs of locations

470,000

Regional Center for Cultural Heritage catalog cards migrated to the cloud

1,021,428

pages scanned from antique books

944,642

papers/reels from archival documents

1,300,000

digital photographs of manuscripts, parchments, atlases, etc. for the library section

1,900,000

digital photographs for the archive section, including maps, copper plates, and municipal documentation

Other

The fulcrum of a strategy that aims to construct a digital ecosystem which embraces the region’s cultural heritage in its entirety, with this project Campania showcases its excellence and opens a first-of-its-kind museum in Italy.

Campania Cultura has created the first museum that monitors environmental parameters, both physical and in terms of visitor frequency, in order to safeguard works of art and create the first cultural heritage website in Italy with 360° immersive technology.

AlmavivA Group for Campania Cultura

As a digital partner, AlmavivA assisted in the creation of Campania Cultura’s IoT ecosystem, while PerVoice, a subsidiary of the group, oversaw the multi-service voice technology platform, for the purposes of multilingual indexing and searchability of traditionally "non-digital" content and for the creation of an innovative and accessible way to enjoy the vast patrimony of information.

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