What critical issues do we solve with digitization techniques
Low level of engagement
Cultural heritage does not affirm its value and fundamental role as a factor of social cohesion and driving force for the country's economic development.
Recognition of an individual and collective responsibility towards cultural heritage is lacking
Cultural heritage is the right of every citizen. Every citizen does not have the opportunity to benefit from cultural heritage and to contribute to its enrichment according to the concept of cultural heritage to ensure enjoyment for future generations as well
Democratic participation in cultural heritage
Collective participation in the preservation and the enhancement process is limited due to the lack of transparency and traceability of the funds.
What are our solutions
ARTI adopts tools for the creation and management of virtual replicas, Digital Twins, which provide a snapshot of the current state of the asset and, thanks to predictive models elaborated by Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms, allow numerous fields of application and potential to in favor of the conservation and enhancement of the heritage asset.
A digital twin is a virtual representation of an object or system, connected to it throughout its life cycle, updated in real time by data collected by sensors connected to the physical asset and, through simulation programs, machine learning and predictive models, is able to provide information about the current or future state.
The digital twin is an exact replica of its physical counterpart.
Thanks to digital technologies, the digital twin allows efficient management, cost and time savings; for example, they can be used to predict the future conditions of the physical asset and to start a planning of the predictive maintenance interventions of the asset and thus improve the economic and operational management of the cultural heritage.
The fields of application are numerous and the combination of data collected through IoT sensors, IT and OT systems and third-party data makes it possible to optimize operational and the decision making processes, both inside and outside the system.
In fact, the digital twin associated with the asset can serve a group of other public and private operators such as representatives of the management of urban architecture design and policies, use of spaces or tourism management, as well as local merchants.
In line with the company mission and value proposition, ARTI focuses on encouraging the involvement of the community in projects for the enhancement and restoration of cultural heritage assets.
Therefore, the development of advanced digitization techniques and virtual representation of the asset are directed towards the following operational objectives:
- Provide a clear picture of the state of the heritage asset;
- Involve the community in fundraising initiatives to support projects for the enhancement and restoration of cultural heritage assets;
- Allow donors to decide exactly where to address their donation and verify the ongoing project in real time;
- Collaborate with all stakeholders to support the project plan
- Contribute to strengthening the sense of belonging and identity toward the local community;
- Sviluppo di un modello collaborativo e virtuoso tra pubblico e privato capace di porre al centro dell’economia il patrimonio culturale come elemento di capitale sociale.
Get in touch with us
ARTI works in close contact with academic and scientific institutions, professionals and students with a multidisciplinary approach, considering the mix of theory and practice essential to generate concrete and creative solutions in the complexity of the digital economy, governing the decision making process, with responsibility and vision.
We involve local authorities, museums and foundations interested in starting a collaborative relationship.