Special Issue "Remote Sensing, Metric Survey and Spatial Information Technologies for Heritage Management"
A special issue of Remote Sensing (ISSN 2072-4292). This special issue belongs to the section "Remote Sensing in Geology, Geomorphology and Hydrology".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 August 2021).
Interests: digital photogrammetry; HBIM; GIS; digital humanities; CH documentation
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The technological development of Remote Sensing, Photogrammtery, and the disciplines that are today grouped under Geomatics (e.g., GIS, HBIM) offers, every year, new ideas and new products that can help with the documentation, intervention, monitoring, and day-by-day management of cultural heritage assets.
Cultural Heritage assets are today extremely in danger due to different natural and human factors (e.g., climate change, earthquakes, hydrogeological risks, wars, urban development). The experts involved in cultural heritage management (documentation, intervention, day-by-day management) are continuously looking for the best possible solutions to their needs, by considering both technical and economic aspects.
Mile-stone, in all the Geomatics disciplines, is the quality assessment of the provided data (both metric and semantic ones) which is the first information that the users of Geomatics data have to know to understand correct and affordable uses of those data.
The proposed Special Issue of Remote Sensing aims to explore the potentialities of the new primary data for metric and semantic description of cultural heritage assets (e.g., landscapes, urban centers, buildings, sculptures, paintings, books, underground and underwater resources) and the new tools to manage all those data in a coherent and effective way to describe their basic physical properties and to monitor their changes over the times.
Prof. Dr. Fulvio Rinaudo
Prof. Dr. José Luis Lerma
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Remote sensing
- GIS and HBIM
- Quality assessment
- Satellite image processing
- Aerial image processing
- Terrestrial and underwater image processing
- CH documentation
- CH monitoring