CARTIF designs new technology tools to improve the heritage management

12 december 2012

Today starts SHBuildings, an Interreg Project with partners from Spain, Portugal and France.

Generate a series of technological tools to help reduce government spending on restoration, maintenance and management of heritage buildings. This is the main goal of this European project.

The members of the consortium (CARTIF Technology Centre, Saint Mary the Royal Foundation, Tecnalia, Centre de Ressources Technologiques NOBATEK and Universidad Nova from Lisboa) are meeting today in the facilities of Saint Mary Foundation to present the Project. This event also involved regional authorities and other partners.

CARTIF has been developed different technologies and actions in the field of cultural heritage, many of them in collaboration with Saint Mary Foundation.

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