Managing Heritage through Facilities Data Management Heritage Information System

Noha M. Effat Hafez
For the conservation of cultural Heritage projects to succeed, charters and international conferences called for organizing an order between the stakeholders to manage the implementation of these projects, and so conserving the cultural heritage sites properly.Heritage Management is a wide range field needed urgently for the conservation of Heritage, and respectively needs a wide base of data; an inventory or archive that facilitates sharing data to expand awareness and understanding of Heritage sites, using facilities management information system will establish an archive that provides the conservation professionals with the data needed in restoring — reuse and maintaining the historical sites, as well as allowing users to easy access of detailed, accurate, controllable and adequate historical information about these sites.


CH (cultural Heritage) sites; Facilities data management; Archive; Historical data


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