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MUNOZ-NIETO, ANGEL; GONZALEZ-AGUILERA, DIEGO; RODRIGUEZ GONZALVEZ, PABLO  e  MANCERA TABOADA, JUAN. SAFEGUARD PLAN MANAGEMENT FOR HERITAGE BUILDINGS: DEVELOPMENT OF A SPATIAL INFORMATION SYSTEM. Dyna rev.fac.nac.minas [online]. 2011, vol.78, n.170, pp.90-97. ISSN 0012-7353.

This paper explains the methodology and criteria used in the development of a new tool for the management of a safeguard plan for historic buildings in Avila, which is a Spanish World Heritage City. As a result of a first approximation, there are many requirements to take into account: completeness, interactivity, ease of use, modularity, and low costs. Due to the characteristics of the information (spatially located, heterogenic, and provided in different formats) we consider it indispensable to create a spatial information system that is qualified for organizing all available multimedia digital information (2-D images, panoramas, graphics, text documents, and music). While the main objective of this study is to provide a simple tool for the management of historic and artistic heritage in the form of a safeguard plan, the features of the tool created here open up new possibilities for other uses in the future.

Palavras-chave : safeguard plan; emergency plan; close-range photogrammetry; heritage buildings; spatial information system.

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