Periodic Reporting for period 1 - SHELTER (Sustainable Historic Environments hoListic reconstruction through Technological Enhancement and community based Resilience)
Reporting period: 2019-06-01 to 2020-11-30
•The quantification and assessment of resilience have set its basis in this first period. The conceptual framework for assessment was defined and the framework of indicators to monitor resilience and the methodology for characterization of cultural and natural heritage has been delivered.
•The second draft of the existing solutions portfolio for the whole DRM cycle is ready.
•The architecture of the data-driven platform has been defined and agreed and some of the common components have been fully designed, implemented, and deployed.
•A procedure for organization and management of the Open Labs has been defined and the bottom-up approach established in the first cycle. To complete the GLOCAL approach an International Stakeholder Workshop was organized by UNESCO. During this reporting period, two cycles of workshops where fully completed and the third one is on-going, allowing the validation of the preliminary results of SHELTER.
•Existing technologies in OLs for the preparedness phase have been identified and analysed as a baseline for the development of the early warning model and the chatbot for crowdsourced data collection and social media data extraction service.
•Developments regarding co-creation approaches and adaptive governance have included the definition of the strategic blueprints for each Open Lab, the definition of the community-ICT interaction rulebook and the methodology for local knowledge extraction. The mapping of adaptive governance schemes is an on-going task. The Open Labs have begun to ‘self-diagnose’ weakness and opportunities in the DRM as a result of the work.
•The Project Web Site was established and the dissemination and communication plan was submitted and approved.