This joint venture aims to develop a new service to support of cultural heritage protection and preservation in conflict areas.
We use a combination of space-based and in-situ Earth observations, as well as citizen-driven intelligence.
This service will include monitoring of deterioration, demolishment, explosions, pollution and other damages to tangible and intangible cultural heritage in a conflict and post-conflict context. Cultural heritage managers and decision makers in the public and private sector will benefit from this service.
Civic engagement is paramount to our approach: citizens will both contribute and benefit from the service.
Cultural heritage has a universal value for humanity. We feel the need to safeguard this common good particularly for those communities living in conflict areas.
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