17 December 2021
The Partners of SensMat project met on November 23rd and 24th in Venice Italy, at their General assembly meeting. The first day was dedicated to discussions on the last results, planning of future activities till project completion (H2020 European project). A private tour with guides of the Palazzo Ducale was organised at the end of the day. In particular, the rooms where SensMat sensor’s platforms were installed could be visited. During the second day, the partners worked on the elaboration of the strategy for further exploitation of the project results.
10 Case Studies have been deployed in the course of SensMat project, taking into account, as far as possible, a wide range of representative cases in Europe such as: different climates, small and medium-sized museums (different building’s environment, storage rooms, workshops dedicated to restoration), typology of artefacts (sensitive materials), visual aspects, staff (end-users profiles),…
The SensMat sensor’s platforms connected to each other and to Internet, will permit to collect, store, manage and share new data knowledge and best practices, in compliance with confidential rules. The objective is to adapt the SensMat solution to user’s needs (users are not passive, contextual information, protocols, automation, trainings) and constraints (norms, societal, environmental) etc.. Thus, the implementation of the technologies developed will be facilitated by new knowledge in terms of modeling (material (3D models), BIM (Building information Modeling ; building envelope), contextual information, … End-users are now able to use their personalized Data Management Tool (DMT) as a tool for knowledge management and decision support (Decision Making Tool).
Based on the first test results obtained from the case studies, and a market analysis, a communication strategy to facilitate adoption and an exploitation strategy have been defined, taking into account the complete SensMat offer for Preventive Conservation of artefacts, that is to say the product (with the new technologies developed) but also the service.
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