However, the current emphasis on STEM-based studies (Science, Technology,Engineering, and Mathematics) is fostering a new wave of historical interpretation. Siarch’s capabilities to connect people in databases with other components such as GPS coordinates, images, digital reconstructions and 3D, makes it a perfect ally for the creation of Multimodal Sites, anticipating the trend of this type of capabilities that from administrations Public as educational institutions are embracing.
This example is interesting since laflorida.org is a showcase where to publish all the content that is investigated and related to SIARCH technology, through API, it becomes accessible to all users by connecting to WEB, APPS or any connected device like projectors, screens and kiosks in museums.
To increase access to these historical records, the SIARCH technical team uses a two-part application programming interface (API).
The first part focuses on authentication and authorization, according to the OAUTH 2.0 standard. The security and flexibility of this standard, as well as the implementation that we have carried out at SIARCH, gives clients like La Florida the opportunity to collaborate with academics around the world while granting access to these documents to a wide public audience.
All this controlling the authorization to the information that is given to each one of the collaborators
The powerful API enables the research platform to communicate with a variety of digital systems and devices, further increasing public accessibility.
To accommodate the complexity of nonlinear data, the API follows
a representational state transfer (REST) architectural style, ensuring vertical
and horizontal scalability. REST reduces the complexity of the connector
semantics. In addition, it allows the distribution and visualization
of material from relational and non-relational
data base sin dynamic infographics.
Given the characteristics and capabilities of our technologies, we want to propose to the St Augustine Lighthouse the integration of SIARCH in its Research and Musealization Systems.
St Augustine Lighthouse, is the perfect strategic partner for the implementation
of what would be one of the first connected and social archaeological
research platform, compatible with other solutions from
our clients such as La Florida or the USFSP.