Digital Heritage is linking cultural heritage and information technologies in novel ways that help safeguarding cultural heritage and that help find new ways for cultural heritage to interact with society. Many of the issues that historians, anthropologists, archaeologists, librarians, architects, museologists, visual communication experts and digital technologists address in their daily activities, as different as their jobs may sound, have to do with the study and preservation of cultural heritage, either tangible and intangible.
Intraway works at this unique conjunction between history, anthropology, archaeology and digital technology to help all these groups effectively address their difficult tasks in taking care of cultural content. Over the years we have developed a wealth of experience in assessing and optimizing the effectiveness of digital technology in order to enhance cultural communication. And since the field of digital technology is rapidly expanding, we stay abreast of, and often contribute to, current best practices. This includes physical systems (cameras, scanners, computers, software, storage), as well as human systems that create highly productive workflows.