RESEARCH ON THE FRAMEWORK OF THE SMART CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR THE HISTORIC CITY FUZHOU

Zhang, G.; Yang, Y.; Huang, Z.; Li, G.; Li, M.; Wang, Z.; Lin, S.

Historic cities, especially inhabited historic cities, are a special type of cultural heritage. Because of the expanding intension and extension of urban heritage, the rapid urbanization and the various stakeholders, the historic cities become much more complex nowadays. The need of GIS-based information systems for historic cities has never been greater. This paper introduces the research on the framework of the Smart Conservation Management System for the Historic City Fuzhou. It is an effort to explore an informatization way for historic cities. The needs of urban heritage itself, and the needs of different stakeholders should be respected. This system follows the principle of authenticity and integrity conservation, the coordination of conservation and sustainable development, the consideration of stakeholders, ease of use, extensibility, and security. The database should be fit for the construction of knowledge warehouse, be easy to collect and renew information. The module should be able to apply easily in everyday use situations, support smart decision making for the users. It is hoped that the research and the system will be referential for other historic cities.

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Zhang, G. / Yang, Y. / Huang, Z. / et al: RESEARCH ON THE FRAMEWORK OF THE SMART CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR THE HISTORIC CITY FUZHOU. 2019. Copernicus Publications.

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