Virtual Geographic Environment of a castle, the way to protect cultural heritage ? Case study at the Castle Kozel
JEDLIČKA, K. Virtual Geographic Environment of a castle, the way to protect cultural heritage ? Case study at the Castle Kozel. Wuhan, China, 2013.
|Anglický název:||Virtual Geographic Environment of a castle, the way to protect cultural heritage ? Case study at the Castle Kozel|
|Autoři:||Ing. Karel Jedlička PhD. ,|
|Abstrakt EN:||Nowadays, there exist many technologies for creating, storing, maintaining and analyzing three dimensional data and there are emerging further technologies almost on daily basis. Therefore there exist many types of Virtual Geographic Environments (). In such a situation, at least the data interoperability (process interoperability would be better, of course) between different systems is crucial for purposes of crisis management in emergency situations. Therefore the paper presents an existing example of a VGE of a castle (the Castle Kozel), which is harmonized and compliant to Integrated Information System of Monument Conservation (IISPP ? the original shortcut) maintained by the National Heritage Institute (NPÚ ? the original shortcut). In fact, the VGE at the Castle Kozel servers as a Case Study for the extension of IISPP into detailed models (including 3D) of culturally valuable objects, such as castles, chateaux and historical libraries. Furthermore the paper describes interoperability between the IISPP and Integrated Emergency System of the Czech Republic and shows, how it is useful to use detailed virtual models in emergency situations, especially for historically/culturally valuable sites, which are usually poorly accessible, contains extremely valuable movables and last but not least, can be crowded by tourists when an emergency situation occurs. Finally, the article shortly describes the level of exploitation of international standards for three dimensional modeling (not only) for purposes of crisis management in the Czech Republic.|