Drones - Systems of Information on culTural hEritage
Research experiences for the development of documentation and analysis systems conducted through the use of drones
D-SITE is the first International Conference dealing with the use of drones in the field of Cultural Heritage. It is directed to researchers working in the field of UAVs production and in the use of drones for Heritage documentation and for experts that work in this field, finalizing innovative documentation services that integrate and complete the existing practice.
In the last few years, the use of UAVs is becoming increasingly important in many areas related to the science of architectural survey, topography, engineering and architecture. Used for monitoring and surveying, drones are an opportunity for the development of increasingly effective systems for the documentation.
The event aims to provide a framework of the State of Art of this phenomenon, laying the foundations for the development of innovative systems of analysis and growth of innovative methodologies with a multidisciplinary nature.
The use of UAVs is increasingly widespread in activities related to Heritage documentation. In recent years the development of methodologies of data integration, obtained through surveys that exploit drones to reach privileged observation points, has been witnessed by the numerous computation platforms, software and tools, that populate the exchange. The definition of increasingly reliable methodologies and procedures of close-range photogrammetry has produced considerable results in the survey of Architectural Heritage. Nowadays, several Universities and Research Centers, together with enterprises, are working to optimize documentation services whose goal is, in any case, the representativeness of technical data aimed at the project development.
Parallel to aerial documentation, even the application of remote controlled terrestrial drone systems is renewing the inspection and survey practices in architecture and on territory, overtaking barriers and access dimensions to sites and contexts in emergency otherwise impractical for human operators. Surface rovers and submarine robotics, equipped with controlled cameras and implemented survey devices, in terms of stability and compartment, contribute to complete an extremely scientific and innovative field, where the central theme of robotics applied to Cultural Heritage documentation is expanded and consolidated in correspondence to the international categories of UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems), USV (Unmanned Surface Vehicles) and UUV (Unmanned Underwater Vehicles).
Drones, in the wider terms of their definition, are now used for documentation, management, protection, maintenance, and monitoring, integrating imaging systems or measuring instruments that contribute to define three-dimensional databases on Cultural Heritage. This conference is promoted with the aim of collecting recent experiences on that topic and of providing a moment of reflection between academic and enterprise realities for the promotion of updated frameworks for the development of research in the architectural survey field.
The event will consist of three days, 24-25-26 June 2020, and it will be organized through training workshops, exhibition-stands of the main companies operating in the field of drone production and connected survey systems that will be able to realize demonstrations and illustrate the latest news in this field. These events will then be joined by interventions describing research activities and documentation projects conducted through the use of drones.
The Conference will be held on 25 and 26 of June, with guest speakers and participants from organizations and national and international research institutes that will describe the specific research activities in the different conference sessions.
The event will consist of three days, 24-25-26 June 2020, and will be organized through training workshops, stands of the main companies operating in the field of drone production and connected survey systems that will be able to realize demonstrations and illustrate the latest news in this field. These events will then be joined by exhibitions describing research activities and documentation projects conducted through the use of drones.
The conference, will be held on 25th and 26th of June, with feature speakers from organizations and national and international research institutes that will describe the specific research activities in the different conference sessions.
The extensive use of UAS
UAVs national and international legislation
New approaches to fast, low-cost and open sources survey
Different approaches to the application of multi-source data
LIDAR system applied to UAVs
Data comparison between range based and image based systems
UAS monitoring and indoor inspection operations
UAS indoor and outdoor monitoring for investigations
Acquisition systems for critical and emergency areas
UAVs and photogrammetry for landscape analysis
UAVs remote sensing for the analysis of territorial aspects: geological, agricultural, forestry, etc.
3D applications in different environments: archaeological, urban, monumental
3D models from UAVs for the visualization and conservation of complex architectures and heritage
Point cloud datas analysis
SfM Procedural modeling from UAVs
Quality assessment of UAV survey
Surface rovers and USV applied for emergencies or Endangered Heritage
UUV and underwater systems for remote inspection and documentation of overseas sites
UAVs remote sensing, UAVs services, UAV systems, UAV-based applications, UAVs data handling, Photogrammetry from UAV, USV endangered heritage, UUV underwater heritage.
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D-SITE 2020 conference is organized by
DICAr | Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture, University of Pavia.
in collaboration with :
DICIV | Department of Civil Engineering, University of Salerno
Drawing Architecture Document-Action Laboratory
UNIVERSITY OF SALERNO
Photography and 3D Laser for virtual Architecture LaboratorY
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