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‘ભારતના ભૂકંપગ્રસ્ત હેરિટેજ વિસ્તારો માટે અદ્યતન રેકોર્ડિંગ ટેકનોલોજીના આધારે સસ્ટેનેબલ પુનઃનિર્માણ

Video exploring the 3D laser scanning of Bela, Gujarat in 2021. Source: B. Devilat based on the data by F. Lanuza, M. Mane and Z. Pithawalla, with the on-site support of Aditya Singh, Jigna Desai, Sukrit Sen and Tanvi Choudhari.

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Issue Brief published

We are happy to share the news that our Issue Brief inside the publication: “Cultural heritage in the context of disasters and climate change: Insights from the DCMS-AHRC Cultural Heritage and Climate Change Cohort” is ready for download here: [https://doi.org/10.48785/100/107] “This report showcases the results of a series of workshops organised by the PRAXIS and…

Policy Brief published

We are happy to share the news that our Policy Brief is ready for download here: DOI: [10.17631/rd-2022-0006-dfram] This document presents a framework that could improve the chances of a rapid post-disaster damage assessment and effective response in case of an earthquake, enhance the possibilities of reusing existing structures, and increase preparedness and resilience in local…

Guidance document published

After years of work, we are happy to share the news that our Guidance Document is ready for download here: DOI: [10.17631/rd-2022-0005-dprac] This guide shows how terrestrial 3D laser scanning (3DLS, also known as LiDAR) and photography can support post-earthquake recovery operations. Understanding post-disaster recovery includes several dimensions – economic, social, and physical – this guide…

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