The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences
Publications Copernicus
Articles | Volume XLII-2/W11
05 May 2019
 | 05 May 2019


C. Palestini and A. Basso

Keywords: Photogrammetry, Resilience, 3d Reconfiguration

Abstract. The contribution, considering the need for an increasingly dynamic and effective knowledge of cultural heritage, able to offer a rapid acquisition, management, monitoring and processing of data, proposes integrated survey experiments conducted with low-cost photogrammetric systems. As part of the research aimed at the recognition of school facilities in Abruzzo, cultural projects aimed at knowledge and conservation have been activated also considering that these buildings are often at risk for critical situations because dated, expanded or readapted without appropriate plans for seismic adjustment even in relation to their delicate tasks. In particular, a project of collaboration between the university and the schools of Pescara was initiated to face a situation characterized by the missing of appropriate technical documentation, the absence of original projects and often the lack of the graphic works in the municipal archives with respect to the current state. The urgency to consider in advance the current state, the performance standards of these degraded public structures that require deep attention achievable with the adjustment of safety standards, difficult to program in the absence of a related survey, has directed the start of the work of analysis from several points of view with multidisciplinary contributions. The three-dimensional detailed models from parametric or manual methodology and their possible inclusion in virtual platforms for archival management of historical data, are functional to the documentation of the actual state, based on the reliable 3d survey that constitutes the starting point to retrace the project, its construction phases, transformations, values and problems aimed at addressing conscious restoration interventions and adjustments to safety standards.