Hislo, a cutting-edge social platform for exploring historical locations, proudly participated in the AlUla International Conference on Heritage Impact Assessment “Athr.” Focused on connecting people with heritage sites, Hislo showcased its revamped app at the conference, offering new features for an improved user experience.
In a significant move towards heritage conservation, Hislo forged a partnership with the Saudi Arabian National Committee of The International Council on Monuments and Sites “Saudi ICOMOS.” This collaboration aims to promote heritage conservation and raise awareness about historical sites in Saudi Arabia. With a mission to connect individuals with the history of heritage sites, Hislo encourages dynamic and interactive engagement with the past. Aligning with Saudi Vision 2030, in 2023, Hislo unveiled a refreshed brand identity and mobile app, aiming to support heritage tourism in Saudi Arabia.
At the conference, Hislo showcased its revamped app, introducing new features the introduce experiences in exploring and interacting with heritage and historical landmarks. By leveraging stories, photos, and videos, Hislo aims to enhance the tourism experience, making historical sites more accessible and engaging for global travelers.
Hislo formed a strategic partnership with the Saudi Arabian National Committee of The International Council on Monuments and Sites “Saudi ICOMOS” at the AlUla International Conference and the collaboration is dedicated to promoting heritage conservation by raising awareness and bringing knowledge about historical sites in Saudi Arabia.
The partnership empowers Hislo to categorize and prominently feature these sites within its app, establishing the platform as a recognized platform by Saudi ICOMOS. It also commits to educational initiatives, driving public awareness of tangible and intangible heritage. Additionally, Hislo is endorsed to document this heritage using advanced methods like photography and 3D imaging, bringing history to life for users worldwide.
Dr. Noorah Alkadi, Founder of Hislo, expressed her vision, stating, “Our partnership with Saudi ICOMOS is a testament to our dedication to heritage conservation. This collaboration will empower us to feature a curated selection of heritage sites within the Hislo app, each with its own story. It’s more than technological innovation; it’s a cultural mission to bridge the past with the present and future.”
The partnership will add real stories and cultural tales to Hislo. Users will get to see history up close and join in its recording and celebration.
As Hislo took the spotlight at the AlUla International Conference, the team eagerly engaged with visitors worldwide through their app. They welcomed a growing community of explorers, passionate about discovering the world’s historical treasures via Hislo.