The Via Flaminia DCE project starts from the recognition of the uniqueness and the identity value of the territory crossed by the Roman road which, since ancient times, has represented an important communication axis and seat of economic ferment. This system, unique in its specific features and vocations, can become an incubator for the “production of a new culture”, thus allowing us to integrate new knowledge, new technologies and new professional skills in order to enhance the existing heritage, giving it new life. In this feature the Cultural heritage can be the fertile ground in which the productive system can look for new ideas, capable of activating a process of innovation and economic and social development. In this respect we planned four pilot projects, the first of which, The Flaminia Museum, was built in the San Michele Church of Fano and aims to virtually reconnect the Roman archaeological heritage scattered along the Via Flaminia, through immersive technologies for communication and monitoring. The other three pilots are planned at the sites of the Furlo Gorge, the Cagli Museum and the Forum Sempronii Archaeological Park, key points along the route of the ancient consular road in the Marche region.

DISTRETTO CULTURALE EVOLUTO FLAMINIA NEXT ONE: INNOVAZIONE TECNOLOGICA PER L’ARCHEOLOGIA E LA VALORIZZAZIONE DIGITALE DELLA VIA FLAMINIA E DI FORUM SEMPRONII

Paolo Clini
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2020

Abstract

The Via Flaminia DCE project starts from the recognition of the uniqueness and the identity value of the territory crossed by the Roman road which, since ancient times, has represented an important communication axis and seat of economic ferment. This system, unique in its specific features and vocations, can become an incubator for the “production of a new culture”, thus allowing us to integrate new knowledge, new technologies and new professional skills in order to enhance the existing heritage, giving it new life. In this feature the Cultural heritage can be the fertile ground in which the productive system can look for new ideas, capable of activating a process of innovation and economic and social development. In this respect we planned four pilot projects, the first of which, The Flaminia Museum, was built in the San Michele Church of Fano and aims to virtually reconnect the Roman archaeological heritage scattered along the Via Flaminia, through immersive technologies for communication and monitoring. The other three pilots are planned at the sites of the Furlo Gorge, the Cagli Museum and the Forum Sempronii Archaeological Park, key points along the route of the ancient consular road in the Marche region.
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