INOV contribues in this project by::
- Developing and testing a portable induced fluorescence sensor capable of early detection of biological contamination (chlorophyll containing biofilms) developing on the surface of historical monuments and artefacts (e.g. frescos). The variable to monitor will be the complete induced emission spectrum in the range of 550-900 nm.
- Contributing to development of risk assessment and management methodology via elaboration of innovative tools for multi-dimensional risk assessment and management.
- Participating in creation of resilient communication service among stakeholders. The communication links to be developed will keep compatibility with several other INOV services and will be reused in these services.
In addition, as technological partner INOV provides technical support to one of the principal beneficiary partners of the project, Troiaresort – Investimentos TurÍsticos, S.A., which manages the archaeological site Roman Ruins of Tróia, situated near Lisbon.
The project ended in 2019.