The heritage sites included on the World Heritage List are important and highly qualified resources for the territories and communities in which they lie. UNESCO heritage should be recognised as representing the beautiful, the authentic, and the best of its territory, and as being a “useful” resource, in that it is capable of increasing the territories’ economic, social, and cultural values. To this end, in a period characterised by deep recession and by crisis in the markets, new forms of exploitation of the heritage must be put in place. In the context of “smart management”of UNESCO heritage, new tools have been utilised, such as ICTs; some of which have been utilised in the implementation of national and European legislative guidelines. In relation to this, this study proposes an extension of the use of the QR Code as a support to communication, integrated enhancement, and the coming to fruition of the territorial resources of the UNESCO site of “The Late Baroque Towns of Val di Noto”.
|Titolo:||Intelligent system and smart territories: the QR Code as tool of knowledge and use of the UNESCO heritage|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|