The deep cultural, social and economic crisis produced by Covid-19 has demonstrated the value of information and communication technologies, namely models, strategies and new paradigms whose common denominator is the high degree of automation and interconnection as a response to new theoretical dimensions of experiencing human social and productive relationships One of the main aspects of the unusual scenarios in progress is represented by the planning of physical or digital environments in which human beings and technological systems interact in ever more open, connected, coordinated and intelligent ecosystems. The use of digital technologies that characterize smart cities is essential for the management and use of the historical and cultural heritage for tourism purposes, and in particular for root tourism which, in this context, can represent the driving force for the economic recovery of small local communities . A transdisciplinary approach, able to make non-homogeneous social and physical elements interact and provide indicators and criteria for choice by means of the formulation of ordinary judgements, is summoned to offer its contribution at a time when precisely work online gives the possibility of facing the complexity of technological processes respecting the demands of economic, natural and social ecosystems.

Smart Cities in Post-COVID time for root tourism

De Ruggiero M.;Perri A.;Romita T.
2020

Abstract

The deep cultural, social and economic crisis produced by Covid-19 has demonstrated the value of information and communication technologies, namely models, strategies and new paradigms whose common denominator is the high degree of automation and interconnection as a response to new theoretical dimensions of experiencing human social and productive relationships One of the main aspects of the unusual scenarios in progress is represented by the planning of physical or digital environments in which human beings and technological systems interact in ever more open, connected, coordinated and intelligent ecosystems. The use of digital technologies that characterize smart cities is essential for the management and use of the historical and cultural heritage for tourism purposes, and in particular for root tourism which, in this context, can represent the driving force for the economic recovery of small local communities . A transdisciplinary approach, able to make non-homogeneous social and physical elements interact and provide indicators and criteria for choice by means of the formulation of ordinary judgements, is summoned to offer its contribution at a time when precisely work online gives the possibility of facing the complexity of technological processes respecting the demands of economic, natural and social ecosystems.
978-2-931089-09-5
Smart Cities
Root Tourism
Post Covid
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