The overall vision of INHERIT is to create a systematic methodology, accompanied by leading-edge Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), such as Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and (big) data analytics, and associated social/behavioural practices, towards sustainable, inclusive and resource-efficient Cultural Heritage (CH) solutions.
INHERIT will enable socially innovative and economic viable interventions at different urban levels (buildings, city/ neighbourhood), covering all relevant aspects of the heritage-built environment’s life cycle: (1) Design and renovation; (2) Monitoring, operation and management; (3) Preservation and maintenance. The solutions will be tested in 8 cultural heritage sites across EU. In addition, INHERIT will create a capacity building programme addressing heritage operators and stakeholders to support sustainable CH with particular focus on NEB community and projects and will work on policy recommendations towards sustainable heritage.
- To engage stakeholders in a co-creation process for designing the INHERIT approach, enabling assessment, analysis and decision support for an open, accessible, inclusive, resilient, sustainable and low-emission Cultural Heritage.
- To propose a novel framework for inspecting, monitoring, assessing the CH and a catalogue of tailor-made cost-effective solutions across key thematic pillars (energy, resources, climate resilience and inclusiveness).
- To design and build an ICT-based platform, enabling data sharing and data-driven services to support decision making and analysis from CH stakeholders, and promote sustainable renovation, efficient monitoring, management and maintenance of the heritage-built environment.
- To test and evaluate the services with the relevant stakeholders in 8 pilots across EU and pave the way for their exploitation and sustainability plans.
- To provide a capacity building programme and make it available to CH stakeholders, facilitating the replication and sustainability of the INHERIT solutions.
- Responsible to set-up of a EU common approach to carry out the digitally based technical inspection of heritage buildings, in order to assess current status and objectively prioritising the resources to be allocated to cover all relevant aspects of their life cycle, upon a seamless multidimensional and multipurpose H-BIM model.
- Responsible to develop a framework and procedures to assess and monitor CH buildings in different dimensions: energy-efficiency, indoor environmental quality and comfort, accessibility and inclusiveness, resource efficiency and circularity and climate resilience.
- Responsible for the development of the preventive maintenance with H-BIM service. A multidimensional H-BIM semantic modelling will be delivered by CARTIF, to allow the exploration and multifaceted analysis of (re)use interventions in various scenarios upon a multidimensional analysis, surpassing the traditional design-bid-build delivery approach.
- Responsible for the development of the heritage buildings environmental climate scenarios service. It will enable the assessment of the most relevant impacts affecting CH buildings in different pilot sites (City of Jastrebarsko, Croatia; and City of Visby, Sweden), at city scale, according to the most prominent climate hazards.
- Responsible for the Spanish Pilot, the Monastery of Ntra. Sra. Del Prado, in Valladolid. It is an national, historical and artistic monument with three cloisters of two floors and semicircular arches. INHERIT will optimise the overall energy performance, particularly with regard to cost-effectiveness, facing solutions applicable to the reliable and respectful hisotircal renovation of heritage buildings.
- Methodology to carry out the digitally based technical inspection of heritage buildings, which is the basis for the development of the multidimensional and multipurpose H-BIM model.
- Assessment and monitoring framework to assess the current status of the cultural heritage buildings and to enable monitor them across a series of pillars through a set of KPIs to be assessed.
- Service on Preventive Maintenance with H-BIM, delivering an H-BIM collaborative model in the form of a semantically meaningful georeferenced spatial information structure, tested in the Spanish Pilot (Monastery of Ntra. Sra. Del Prado, in Valladolid).
- Service on Heritage buildings environmental climate scenarios, which will assess the most relevant impacts affecting CH buildings at city level, calculating relevant KPIs that will be impacted by different climate scenarios.
- Contribution to other services on: Interactive screen use and AR-VR interfaces for heritage building design and renovation construction; Decision support tool for optimal renovation planning; Digital Twin for heritage facilities’ real-time monitoring and managament; and GIS-based solution for sustainable heritage maintenance.
- Research on advance techniques on the multi-scale energy planification (building to region).
Total Budget: 4,999,937.50€
CARTIF Budget: 437,875€
CARTIF Financing: 437,875€
Duration: 01/10/2023 – 31/03/2027
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