On May 16, Tg1, the mostwatched Italian newscast, broadcasted during its prime time edition a brief reportage about the monitoring
system that CESI through Ismes manages to safeguard some of the most important Italian historical monuments. The reportage was shot on the St Mark's Campanile and it shows how the system works and what are the main variables that it measures. During the reportage, the Director of the Engineering and Environment Division of CESI and General Director of Ismes, Domenico Andreis, highlighted the importance of this activity and how much it is significant to preserve these treasures.
Besides the St Mark's Campanile, CESI keeps under control the structural integrity of other very important monuments such as the Pisa Tower, the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence, the Turin's chapel where is kept the Holy Shroud, the Ravenna's Civic Tower and the Leonardo da Vinci's "Last Supper" in Milan. You can see the news at http://www.rai.tv/dl/RaiTV/programmi/media/ContentItem-79f040bf-ccd4-4ad6-b546-a24593a5d58d-tg1.html#p=0