20 October 2015 An integrated multi-medial approach to cultural heritage conservation and documentation: from remotely-sensed lidar imaging to historical archive data
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Fluorescence LIDAR imaging has been already proposed in several studies as a valuable technique for the remote diagnostics and documentation of the monumental surfaces, with main applications referring to the detection and classification of biodeteriogens, the characterization of lithotypes, the detection and characterization protective coatings and also of some types of pigments. However, the conservation and documentation of the cultural heritage is an application field where a highly multi-disciplinary, integrated approach is typically required. In this respect, the fluorescence LIDAR technique can be particularly useful to provide an overall assessment of the whole investigated surface, which can be profitably used to identify those specific areas in which further analytical measurements or sampling for laboratory analysis are needed.

This paper presents some representative examples of the research carried out in the frame of the PRIMARTE project, with particular reference to the LIDAR data and their significance in conjunction with the other applied techniques. One of the major objectives of the project, actually, was the development of an integrated methodology for the combined use of data by using diverse techniques: from fluorescence LIDAR remote sensing to UV fluorescence and IR imaging, from IR thermography, georadar, 3D electric tomography to microwave reflectometry, from analytical techniques (FORS, FT-IR, GC-MS) to high resolution photo-documentation and historical archive studies. This method was applied to a 'pilot site', a chapel dating back to the fourteenth century, situated at 'Le Campora' site in the vicinity of Florence. All data have been integrated in a multi-medial tool for archiving, management, exploitation and dissemination purposes.
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Valentina Raimondi, Valentina Raimondi, Lorenzo Palombi, Lorenzo Palombi, Annalisa Morelli, Annalisa Morelli, Massimo Chimenti, Massimo Chimenti, Sara Penoni, Sara Penoni, Ute Dercks, Ute Dercks, Alessia Andreotti, Alessia Andreotti, Giovanni Bartolozzi, Giovanni Bartolozzi, Marco Bini, Marco Bini, Ilaria Bonaduce, Ilaria Bonaduce, Susanna Bracci, Susanna Bracci, Emma Cantisani, Emma Cantisani, M. Perla Colombini, M. Perla Colombini, Costanza Cucci, Costanza Cucci, Laura Fenelli, Laura Fenelli, Monica Galeotti, Monica Galeotti, Irene Malesci, Irene Malesci, Alessandra Malquori, Alessandra Malquori, Emmanuela Massa, Emmanuela Massa, Marco Montanelli, Marco Montanelli, Roberto Olmi, Roberto Olmi, Marcello Picollo, Marcello Picollo, Louis D. Pierelli, Louis D. Pierelli, Daniela Pinna, Daniela Pinna, Cristiano Riminesi, Cristiano Riminesi, Sara Rutigliano, Sara Rutigliano, Barbara Sacchi, Barbara Sacchi, Sergio Stella, Sergio Stella, Gabriella Tonini, Gabriella Tonini, } "An integrated multi-medial approach to cultural heritage conservation and documentation: from remotely-sensed lidar imaging to historical archive data", Proc. SPIE 9644, Earth Resources and Environmental Remote Sensing/GIS Applications VI, 96440C (20 October 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2195737; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2195737
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