INTAVIA: In/Tangible European Heritage Visual Analysis, Curation & Communication

The InTaVia project aims to overcome the obstacles in the scientific, expert and non-expert processing of the transnationally collected cultural and historical data with a deliberate combination of research and development objectives. Drawing together tangible and intangible assets of European heritage to enable their contextualization, it develops new means of data creation, curation, and transnational integration as well as a visual analytics environment to help cultural heritage experts to better access, analyze, and visually communicate cultural collections and related biographical and contextual knowledge.


Danube University Krems (Austria)
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences & Arts (Slovenia)
Aalto University (Finland)
University of Southern Denmark (Denmark)
Austrian Academy of Sciences (Austria)
University of Stuttgart (Germany)
Fluxguide (Austria)
University of Helsinki (Finland)


European Commission