Demonstrations and Tutorials
These are videos that provide informational and/or instructional content on Arches.
These are videos that are related to Arches implementations.
These are videos of presentations about Arches, Arches implementations, and other Arches-related content.
March 2016 – CAA Oslo 2016 Presentation: “Endangered archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa: The development of a spatial database”
Presented by Richard Jennings
May 5, 2015 – Arches event to launch Version 3 (1 of 4)
Opening remarks were delivered by Bonnie Burnham, President of World Monuments Fund, and Tim Whalen, Director of the Getty Conservation Institute. Bonnie Burnham discussed the benefits of cultural heritage inventories, while Tim Whalen outlined the history behind the development of the Arches system.
May 5, 2015 – Arches event to launch Version 3 (2 of 4)
Janet Hansen, Deputy Manager of the City of Los Angeles Office of Historic Resources, discussed the use of Arches for HistoricPlacesLA.org, the Los Angeles Historic Resources Inventory. In addition to describing how the HistoricPlacesLA.org system works, Hansen also touched upon how the data is being used by the City to inform planning and policy decisions.
May 5, 2015 – Arches event to launch Version 3 (3 of 4)
Arches is also currently in use by the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) Cultural Heritage Initiatives for Syria and Iraq through a cooperative agreement between ASOR and the U.S. Department of State. The ASOR Cultural Heritage Initiatives make use of available satellite imagery, news reports and social media, as well as on-the-ground informants to monitor and document impacts to heritage places in Syria and Iraq. Scott Branting, ASOR Director of Geospatial Initiatives, discussed how they have used Arches to compile those assessments within a comprehensive inventory that includes archaeological sites, historic buildings, museums, libraries, and archives.
May 5, 2015 – Arches event to launch Version 3 (4 of 4)
Dennis Wuthrich, CEO and Founder of Farallon Geographics, Inc., the firm contracted by the GCI and WMF to develop Arches, explained how Arches leverages new semantic and geospatial technologies to create a system that better manages cultural heritage inventory data.