Bedford Borough Council commissioned the scanning of the paper files contained within their Historic Environment Record (HER), in order to reduce physical storage requirements and make the data available online. exeGesIS contributed towards this project by associating the scanned images with the relevant records in HBSMR.
Exploring Kent’s Past was a project that aimed to help people become involved in, learn more about and enjoy Kent’s rich heritage. The project, which was supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, began in August 2004 and ended in 2009.
exeGesIS was commissioned by The Highland Council to migrate their existing Historic Environment Record (HER) systems into our HBSMR application platform. With an area the size of a small country, a key part of this work was to publish the HER online, to make it more accessible to Highland residents and heritage professionals.
Revealing Cheshire’s Past aims to enhance community awareness of Cheshire’s past by increasing access to the information in the Cheshire Historic Environment Record (HER). The project includes community exhibitions, a series of thematic factsheets and a website developed by exeGesIS to present the HER.
Selected Heritage Inventory for Natural England (SHINE) is an on-line system for Entry and Higher Level Stewardship agri-environment schemes. SHINE manages consultations with Historic Environment Records (HERs) to deliver asset inventories and Farm Environment Plan HER Responses during the HLS application process.
Buckinghamshire County Archaeological Service commissioned the first HER website built with HBSMRWeb back in 2005. The site featured interactive mapping and used the HBSMR Themes module to create and publish educational content. The site was updated in 2010.
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