In a marked multidisciplinary character, this project intends to take advantage of the results of previous projects where systems are developed based on the acquisition of data by means of sensors placed as close as possible to the works, the management and proper handling of the data collected through a specific software of Databases and methodologies for analyzing statistical data to obtain relevant information on the microenvironmental conditions of the sites that hold heritage, to determine if the conservation of the same is guaranteed.
Through the application of IoT and cloud computing, this project aims to achieve, among others, the following objectives: drastic reduction of the economic requirements of the monitoring facilities, reduction of the impact on the work, notable improvement in flexibility and simplicity and ease of exploitation of information by the scientific community and the authorities responsible for prevention. In summary, the main objective will be to provide preventive conservation technologies to small museums and private collections that do not have the capacity to apply them and allow economic saving to be guided to the recovery of new works.
The project Application of the European standards for preventive conservation using IoT technologies. Use in small and medium collections of the Spanish cultural heritage, has been funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness within the 2017 call for RTD Projects of the National Subprogram for Knowledge Generation, within the framework of the National Plan for Scientific and Technical Research and Innovation 2013-2016, Reference HAR2017-85557-P.
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