Participation of CLIC project in the 15th AHRA International Conference
The conference focused on smartness and smart city in particular. The CLIC project was presented in the session “Smart Urban Heritage Management” which aimed to explore how urban heritage can be managed and maintained in a smart city.
The range of questions the session sought to explore included, but was not limited to: How might smart technologies inform heritage policy? What smart tools are currently used and how have they assisted in managing urban heritage? How do these tools and technologies connect the intangible values associated with historic fabric to an increasing global population? How can information communication technologies, internet applications and other smart tools be used in view of budgetary constraints? In this framework Nadia Pintossi, from TU/e University, talked about The Adaptive Reuse of Cultural Heritage in Amsterdam Smart City: Revealing its challenges and solutions.