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Last week part of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) team travelled to Athens to test CollectionCare’s advanced sensor node at the National Historical Museum (IEEE).
Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda is a global challenge!
CollectionCare’s objectives are aligned with SDGs 7, 9 and 11: energy-saving systems for more durable and sustainable technology; an affordable access to information and communication technologies; a system for the protection and safeguarding of cultural heritage.
In July, an advanced sensor node was installed at The Ethnographic Open-Air Museum of Latvia (OAML). This wireless sensor uses Sigfox technology, so just switch it on and it starts collecting and transferring environmental data in real time to the cloud without the need for additional infrastructure
In Europe (and in particular in Italy) there are thousands of small and medium-sized museums which preserve artistic artefacts of great value.
Issue 4 of the CollectionCare Newsletter is out!!
This newsletter is an overview of the progress the CollectionCare Project is making in creating an affordable, compact and versatile monitoring system for the Preventive Conservation of Cultural Artefacts.
Yesterday took place the Eindhoven Technical Meeting organised by our technical manager Emanuela Bosco (TU Eindhoven). Although we are looking forward to meeting face-to-face, it had to be held online due to the unstable situation because of covid-19. Despite this, it has been a very productive meeting focused on coordinating the next tasks of the CollectionCare Project. We keep working hard!
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On the 18th of March, the CollectionCare project held a very fruitful and thorough advisory board meeting! Different timezones coming together, discussing the future of preventive conservation monitoring systems.
The new blog of The Royal Danish Academy of Architecture, Design and Conservation (KADK) dedicated to CollectionCare
The Royal Danish Academy for Architecture, Design and Conservation (KADK Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts) created a blog where they report on their work for CollectionCare! The Royal Danish Academy is contributing to the CollectionCare project with advanced...
Despite the difficult situation of COVID-19 in Spain, at the end of July, the DFA and the UPV agreed to do their best to deploy a set of basic CC wireless sensor nodes in the Fine Arts Museum and Arms Museum of DFA in Vitoria (Spain).