• The monumental complex of the Baths of Diocletian in Rome, Italy.
  • Mellor Archaeological Trust in Greater Manchester, United Kingdom.
  • The Roman ruins of Tróia in the Setubal area, Portugal.
  • The ancient fortress of Rethymno in the homonymous city in Crete, Greece.
  • The Grand Theater of Ephesus in Anatolia, Turkey.

The project also benefits from the support of ICCROM, an intergovernmental organization founded by UNESCO and dedicated to the conservation of cultural heritage.

The STORM paradigm provides that the interaction of all the subjects that populate the surrounding area with the asset is crucial for the protection of the artistic and cultural heritage. In other words, all categories of stakeholders, be they administrators, employees in charge of the management and maintenance of the patrimony, responsible for prevention and rescue, user citizens must have a dedicated communication channel through which they can make their own contribution to the protection of the cultural and artistic patrimony.