To protect the integrity of important and often priceless exhibits and collections, it is essential that museums carefully control conditions for temperature, humidity and light. Many museums manually log and manage this data, which is time-consuming and challenging due to the number of locations and exhibit spaces that need careful monitoring.
Sensorium offers cost-effective and reliable remote monitoring to ensure that temperatures, relative humidity, and lighting are carefully maintained at optimal levels to prevent problems such as fading, mold, corrosion, warping, or cracking. With 24/7 automated monitoring, the system will save you time each day instead of manually logging temperatures, and you can be immediately alerted of any changes in conditions that could damage exhibits.
Place Sensorium's wireless and waterproof sensors throughout the building help monitor both room temperatures as well as duct output temperatures.
Data from the asset trackers is wirelessly collected by a Sensorium gateway
The gateway sends sensor readings to the Sensorium cloud
Users monitor sensors' status and see historical readings using a simple web/mobile app
In the event of an anomaly, alerts are sent immediately via SMS text and/or email to all assigned parties
You'll always be in the know and ready to take corrective action
Monitor the status of temperatures, lighting, and humidity in real-time
Always have historical environmental data accessible and available to share when needed
Take immediate action to resolve issues and protect your collections if unsafe conditions arise
Try our Museum Facility Monitoring Starter Kit:
Directly monitor ambient environmental conditions with small, discrete sensors
Monitor light conditions to maintain proper lighting for sensitive artifacts
Detects the presence of water caused by leaks or excessive condensation
Detects and alerts on the presence of motion in the area
Detects and alerts when room doors or exhibit service panels are opened or closed