IMPLEMENTING AN INTERNET OF EVERYTHING SYSTEM IN THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AREA OF QUINTILI’S VILLA IN ANCIENT APPIA ROUTE PARK IN ROME
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Archaeological areas represent, all over the world, significant cultural heritage sites that extend over vast areas requiring cultural heritage conservation and where it is necessary warranting visitors’ security, safety, defence and provision of specific care to visitors with disabilities. In this paper, the author proposes a Smart Archaeological Area (IoE-SAA) system that could guarantee the proposed goals by means of integrated smart systems and innovative technology, such as Internet of Everything (IoE) in an efficient way. The chosen archaeological site where the system has been studied and designed is represented by the Quintili’s villa, located in the ancient Appia Route Park in Rome, Italy. Advanced techniques such as Genetic Algorithms (GAs) have been used to optimize the distribution of proper multiservice poles (MPs) of the integrated system. The purpose of this paper is to illustrate a proper IoE based integrated technological system which ensures a reduction of final costs and an enhanced level of reliability and resilience of the system itself, taking into consideration the typical vincula and restrictions of the considered archaeological area.
Internet of Everything, IoE, IoE integrated security system, IoE smart archaeological area, genetic algorithms based system design, drone for security, communication network security