End-users and examples of uses: WHO will beneficiate/ is beneficiating from the solution? WHERE and HOW the solution has been adopted? How will impact people or end-users? Add as more as possible examples of market and society uptakes
Actor of STORM is a unique multidisciplinary team consisting of 20 Partners and 2 associated ones (the Superintendence for Pompeii, Herculaneum and Stabia, and ICCROM). An array, supported by scientific excellence and technical innovation, providing all the competences needed to ensure the implementation of functional and effective solutions in the management and preservation of cultural heritage sites (e.g. architects, restorers, archaeologists, site curators, seismologists, meteorologists, climate change experts, sensor providers, ICT service providers, civil protection, rescue organisations, policy and decision makers, and critical but often forgotten – citizens and site visitors). One of the main goal of the STORM project is to allow any CH user category to ensure the project impact at European level: authorities and site managers providing a sustainable mitigation strategy for their sites, while researchers and academies through the links and experience exchange with other scientific sources. As a result, scientific dissemination is a crucial issue to ensure transfer of knowledge and experiences which can give input to further research, improving the CH ecosystem. The concept is tested through pilot site at five different heritage locations, with unique risk profiles: the Baths of Diocletian in Rome; the Mellor Heritage site, Manchester; the Roman Ruins of Tróia, Setúbal, the Forteza Fortress of Rethymno, Crete; and the amphitheatre of Ephesus, Izmir.