The 4CH Project

4CH starts on the 1st January 2021 for a duration of three years. The project aims to
set up the methodological, procedural, and organizational framework of a Competence Centre able to seamlessly work with a network of national, regional, and local Cultural Institutions, providing them with advice, support, and services focused on the preservation and conservation of historical monuments and sites.

What is a Competence Centre

The term Competence Centre is used in different contexts to describe an infrastructure dedicated to knowledge organization and transfer, and may have different meanings according to focus area, scope, domain, and socio-economic framework, with different objectives, organisation, and operational mode. See how 4CH interprets this concept for cultural heritage.

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Why 4CH?

Why is 4CH necessary? How will it design the Competence Centre for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage? You can find here an explanation of how it will proceed and how users will be involved in the process.

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Resources

EU documents, 4CH reports and documentation and other reference material concerning the digitization of cultural heritage, the use of 3D technology, standards and best practices, documents on policies and strategies, guidelines and training material.

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Consortium

The Consortium in charge of the 4CH project includes leading institutions from the academia, industry, SMEs and research centres with complementary expertise and a wide geographic coverage of Europe. The Consortium is open to cooperation with heritage agencies and ministries, research centres and SMEs willing to pursue cultural heritage conservation, preservation and valorisation through digital technologies.

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Project Objectives

Aims regarding digitization for conservation and preservation, supporting collaboration and best practices and the future sustainability of 4CH.

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What 4CH will do

Services and tools to enable preservation and conservation using the latest, most effective technologies. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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4CH end users

The target user community for 4CH which ranges from large institutions to individuals and covers many different but related activities.

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4CH approach

How 4CH will engage its stakeholders and work together to design a CC structure that will meet the needs of cultural heritage.

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Advisory Board

The Advisory Board is a consultative body formed by high-level experts representing cultural institutions, heritage agencies and ministries, international organizations, professional associations or having special expertise on key technologies.

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News

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4CH kick-off meeting round-up

February 12, 2021|

The 4CH Kick-off meeting was held on the 9th February by Zoom and hosted by Francesco Taccetti of INFN, the Project Co-ordinator. There were quite a few presentations with a peakĀ  attendance of 104 participants [...]

Cultural Heritage at Risk

February 1, 2021|

A stated aim of 4CH is to establish a European-wide network of organisations that will provide advice, support and services focussed upon the preservation and conservation of monuments and sites. Whilst the public who visit [...]

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Digital Past 2021

January 15, 2021|

New technologies in heritage, interpretation and outreach Organised by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, Digital Past is an annual two-day conference which showcases innovative digital technologies and techniques for [...]