Alarm for future museums: museum exhibit storage monitoring system

Library of Challenges

Short description: Museum collections store a large number of exhibits, which, due to their abundance, can only be inspected (on average) every five years. It would be beneficial to have a system that would monitor stored exhibits and alert the staff every time a change happened in the stored exhibit’s ecosystem.

Market potential: This kind of service would be valuable and relevant for museums whose collections store more than 30 000 exhibits. Also, it could have potential in the food industry.

Timing: 2024.

Desired result: Software and hardware solutions: exhibit storage monitoring system.

Information on challenge owner: Museum.

Keywords: Museum; Museum collections; Exhibits; Exhibit storage; Exhibit conservation

type of
Hardware solution, Software solution,
Industry Sector
Smart City
For Who
Public body, institution or other non-profit organisation
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