The Scan4Reco’s Virtual museum has just launched!
The second Build-SEE Newsletter is out! You can read the October 2016 Newsletter here.
Our cultural heritage and the way we preserve and valorise it is a major factor in defining Europe's place in the world and its attractiveness as a place to live, work, and visit; a powerful instrument that provides a sense of belonging amongst and between European citizens. The need to preserve, provide advanced access to and understanding of cultural heritage is clearly of utmost importance, especially when considering its wealth throughout Europe.
Scan4Reco project aims deliver a multi-modal and multi-discipline platform that will be able to non-destructively scan any cultural asset Scan4Reco introduces a novel and innovative approach for the scientific and wider community as it enables the processing of multi-sensorial input in such a way that produces a hierarchical, multi-layered and multidimensional complete model of the object of interest. In addition, Scan4Reco will combine the object of interest with inter-disciplinary knowledge derived from the web and specific relevant datasets while also provide it with an automatic inference of its forthcoming state/shape in the future.
RSFAT has attended an UAV’2017 Workshop on "UAV & SAR: using drones in rescue operations", organised and hosted by CNVVF (Italian National Fire Service) in Rome on the 29th of March 2017, presenting there an article related to RFSAT work on photogrammetric 3D modelling, common to its focus of activity in the SCAN4RECO project.