Monitoring Cultural Heritage


In this video, expert interviewees explain how thanks to satellite images we can monitor the impact of human actions on the conservation of archaeological and heritage sites, such as illegal excavations and destruction in areas of conflict, as well as better understand the impact of natural events.

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  1. Background music interferes seriously with the interviewee's low volume voice and is totally unwanted. It doesn't add any benefit to your videos. The volume and clarity of the announcer is way higher, and is easy to understand.

    When you interview people with a weak voice, such as in this video, instruct your sound engineer to refrain from further destroying their ability to communicate.

  2. Maravilhei ESA com este vídeo!! Como estará a Torre de Piza?? Certamente a cidade de Palmira terá sido devastada!? O sofisticado a monitorizar o sofisticado passado!! Obrigado ESA … a herança cultural é a identidade de povos … Esta missão Copérnico é vital graças a estas máquinas Sentinel!

  3. I wonder if San Diego has had any scans of its topography?
    During the COVID timeframe when everyone was at home would have been a perfect time.
    Anomalies would have been minimized.
    There were a lot of helicopters flying over during that period.
    Could the Census or other Tests been performed by helicopter?

  4. Sadly most of our African heritage was razed to the ground or lives in European museums :/ That said, here's to hoping the ancient walls of Benin, for example, can be monitored to protect them.

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