For over 5 years we have been ensuring the longevity of monuments
When carried out correctly, the digitisation process provides a metrological model of the monument as well as a virtual model that can be used for dissemination, conservation and research purposes.
Why was our Foundation established?
The main objective of the foundation's founder was to formalise the digitisation activities in the area of monuments that he had been carrying out for more than a decade, scanning unique architectural monuments with their furnishings for free in order to preserve them for future generations.
The founder donated, free of charge, an entire library of digitised monuments of European cultural heritage to the organisation he set up.
To whom do we address our offer?
Our proposal is mainly aimed at owners of monuments of sacred and secular architecture who understand the importance of conducting digitisation processes and want to disseminate knowledge about their monument in a virtual, barrier-free form, in accordance with the WCAG 2.1 standard.
When carrying out digitisation projects, we follow good practice in documenting architectural monuments using contemporary digital terrestrial recording methods developed by the National Institute of Cultural Heritage .
What challenges remain
Standardisation of digitisation processes based on the latest measurement and visualisation solutions available on the market.
Implementing digital education projects aimed at children and young people by creating interactive tools to support the learning process in the area of monuments conservation.
Improving our competence in the area of digital and virtual knowledge dissemination of unique monuments of the European cultural heritage.
Developing a network of contacts around the world with institutions that carry out similar projects.
Meet our team
Director of 2D digitisation
Director of 3D digitisation
Director of aero 2D/3D