Presentation on theme: "Cultural Heritage in REGional NETworks REGNET State of the Art and other Projects."— Presentation transcript:
Cultural Heritage in REGional NETworks REGNET State of the Art and other Projects
27 March 2003REGNET Final Project Review 2 Used State of the Art Technologies Support technologies used for project management and development process: Unified Process (UP) Unified Modelisation Language (UML)
27 March 2003REGNET Final Project Review 3 Unified Process Iterative development Architecture-centric Risk driven Careful requirements management and change control Continuous verification of quality Use case-driven
27 March 2003REGNET Final Project Review 4 UML everywhere
27 March 2003REGNET Final Project Review 5 Kernel technologies Mainly open-source Implementation technologies: Java, PHP, ASP Integration technologies: Web Services (SOAP, WSDL), ebXML (Hermes MSH) Data management technologies: Ixiasoft/Textml, Apache/Xindice, MySQL Presentation technologies: Apache Web server, Apache/Jetspeed Portal Operating systems: Linux, Windows
27 March 2003REGNET Final Project Review 6 The network of contacts has been extended with a particular attention to target groups coming from the cultural heritage domain during conferences, workshops, fairs... Contacts Extra European contact with the Research Library Group (USA). EU Projects: OpenHeritage, Kulturerbe, EUREKA – EUROCARE, CLEF, VNET5, COVAX, CULTOS, DigiCULT, EP2010, VICODI,
27 March 2003REGNET Final Project Review 7 Technical vision for the SEEM Single European Electronic Market
27 March 2003REGNET Final Project Review 8 Clustering with OpenHeritage Integration of technical tools, mainly in the collections management area. Legal framework. Where REGNET has focused on its development and OpenHeritage on its validation and implementation; Territorial Service Centers (TSC): each project have pointed out its own peculiarities, with support and tourism functionality clearly belonging to OpenHeritage, while meta-collections access, workflow and e-business models and practices clearly carried out by REGNET. For what concern e-commerce it has been carried out by both but distinguished in focus and target; Portals: OpenHeritage has clearly specialized in providing community services and media brokering services for professional operators, while REGNET has focused on general portal.
27 March 2003REGNET Final Project Review 9 Complementary Objectives The REGNET Project is going to deliver a system, providing a technological and organizational infrastructure to service centres aimed at supporting cultural institutions and industries. One of the main objectives of the Open Heritage project, instead, is the development of dynamic, computable models of territorial cultural systems to assess and valorize the qualities and strengths of each regional or local cultural system.
27 March 2003REGNET Final Project Review 10 Complementary Objectives REGNET aims to set up a network of (primarily non-profit) cultural service centres providing latest technology (via the REGNET system and expertise) on reasonable costs for regional cultural heritage institutions. The final output of the Open Heritage is the launch of a global "OpenHeritage.com" enterprise for the exploitation of the European CH.