The course is jointly organised by the Hue Relics Preservation Centreand the Urban Solution consulting company of the NUFFIC – theNetherlands Organisation for International Cooperation in HigherEducation.
It aims to enhance the skills needed toanalyse databases concerning Hue ’s cultural heritages and establish aGIS for several heritage sites in order to make plans to preserveselected heritage sites and suitable development strategies for theHue ancient capital.
Phan Thanh Hai, Director of theHue Relics Preservation Centre, said the centre will implement themanagement of Hue ’s relic sites through GIS technology on a largescale in order to satisfy UNESCO’s requirements.
About 1,500 trees in the Hue Royal Palace have been managed byGIS technology, he said, adding that t he technology helps the citymanage its plant system, define the density of flora on each street andmake plans to prune the plants in the rainy season.
Hue was the capital of Vietnam between 1802 and 1954, under the reign of 13 Nguyen Kings.-VNA