Concept for Use of Consumer Mobile Devices and Smart Applications for Preservation of Cultural Heritage
Keywords:Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Device, Cultural Heritage, Cloud Technologies, Mobile Application
AbstractOne of the challenges to the digitalisation and preservation of the cultural heritage is the need for expert human labour and specialized hardware/software. With the advent of sophisticated personal smart mobile devices and applications, we expect that soon every citizen will be able to participate and contribute to this process.
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