Giovanni D’Errico graduated magna cum laude in Information Engineering in University of Salento, Lecce, Italy in 2017, with the thesis “Augmented Reality and Drones in Archaeology: integration between Wikitude SDK and DJI Mobile SDK”. Over the years he has gained expertise in the field of web platform development, mobile applications and geolocation techniques. Actually he is working as research fellow in AVRLab (Augmented and Virtual Reality Laboratory of University of Salento) by developing virtual and augmented reality application and geo-location based games, especially in the context of smart cities and smart fruition of cultural heritage. His research interests explore the study of Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality applications for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage also through the use of drones.