April 4, 2023
The CREAMARE project was presented by Atlantis Consulting at the “Archaeological Finds, Land, Sea, and New Technologies” webinar, organized by the Centre for Research and Technology Hellas in collaboration with the Intelligent Systems Research Lab of the University of the Aegean.
The application of new technologies and tools, such as AR, VR, and artificial intelligence models, can offer innovative and effective solutions for the preservation and promotion of the Greek Underwater Cultural Heritage sites and monuments.
Under this topic, the Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH) in collaboration with the Intelligent Systems Research Laboratory (i-Lab) of the University of the Aegean, organized the webinar “Archaeological Finds, Land, Sea, and New Technologies” on 27th March 2023, to inform the public and relevant stakeholders and public authorities about how technological means can help preserve cultural heritage, record new finds, and promote them to wider audiences.
During the webinar, the technologies of three research projects of the two organizations were presented – i-blue culture, U-Archeorov, and Archaeroma – which share the common objective of promoting and preserving the Underwater Cultural Heritage.
Then, the related initiatives that have been developed in other projects were also presented by partner organizations. The founder of Atlantis Consulting S.A. (ATL), Mr. Angelos Manglis, gave a speech on “The contribution of new technologies to the promotion of Underwater Cultural Heritage“, where the CREAMARE project was showcased and the Open Call for Institutions and Organisations was promoted.
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CREAMARE is a project co-funded by the European Union.
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