ROVINA is a project for the exploration and digitization of archaeological underground sites, funded by the European Community. It aims at a more effective monitoring of archaeological sites. The two core productos of the project are: DigiRo (Digitization Robot), a platform for the autonomous exploration and mapping of the site and ARIS (Archaeological Information System), a collaborative and cloud-based system for data management and processing. The 3D high-resolution models generated by ARIS can be exported in Virtual Reality applications (for mobile devices and inexpensive viewers such as Google Cardboard) for touristic promotion.
ROVINA Consortium is composed by seven partners: four European Universities (University of Bonn, Sapienza Università di Roma, RWTH di Aachen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, A. Ludwigs Universität Freiburg) una PMI italiana (Algorithmica Srl) and an international organization for cultural heritage preservation (ICOMOS).
Stand W3 - ROVINA Project
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