Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies

The Alliance For Integrated Spatial Technologies is a Research and Education Support Unit in the School of Geosciences, College of Arts and Sciences, at the University of South Florida. Their goal is to create interdisciplinary approaches to research and curriculum that involves 3D technologies and visualizations. They have particular research interest in preserving and protecting the world’s cultural and natural heritage through education and global engagement.

The AIST used the FARO Focus3D in combination with GPS and photogrammetry to document the house and environs as part of restoration work at the house. This data will be used to develop CAD renderings and visualizations.

Chinsegut Manor House During Robins Era

The Chinsegut Hill Manor House in Brooksville, Florida was built in 1847 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The property contains slave quarter locations and cabins associated with a CCC worker camp area at the site.

More About AIST

Addressing Global Challenges – through the conservation and digital preservation of the world’s cultural and natural heritage

Supporting USF Researchers – through national and international projects using advanced spatial technologies

Supporting and Enhancing Graduate and Undergraduate Research – through teaching, training, and mentoring

Partnering with Industry – through the development and application of spatial documentation and advanced visualization, and  the development of related computer applications and digital archiving

Partnering with the Public Sector – through the documentation of important heritage resources on public and governmental lands and in public collections and museums


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