According to the 2017 International Council of Museums (ICOM) guidelines, data on museum collections must be stored in a secure environment, supported by backup systems that allow access by all legitimate users, complete and unique identification, and description (associations, provenance, condition, treatment and current location) of each object are required. Concerning these indications, it is therefore, a priority to establish precise protocols for the preventive conservation and analysis of data concerning not only the identity of the asset or the information collected during its study, but also how it is preserved. This paper proposes a digital framework for the management of museum structures and collections, integrating Building Information Modelling (BIM) methodologies for the preservation and visualization of data with Internet of Things (IoT) methodologies for its collection and analysis.

IoT and BIM Interoperability: Digital Twins in Museum Collections / LO TURCO, Massimiliano; Tomalini, Andrea; Pristeri, Edoardo - In: Representation Challenges: New Frontieres of AR and AI Research for Cultural Heritage and Innovative Design / Giordano A., Russo M., Spallone R.. - STAMPA. - Milano : FrancoAngeli, 2022. - ISBN 9788835127307. - pp. 285-292

IoT and BIM Interoperability: Digital Twins in Museum Collections

Lo Turco Massimiliano;Tomalini Andrea;
2022

Abstract

According to the 2017 International Council of Museums (ICOM) guidelines, data on museum collections must be stored in a secure environment, supported by backup systems that allow access by all legitimate users, complete and unique identification, and description (associations, provenance, condition, treatment and current location) of each object are required. Concerning these indications, it is therefore, a priority to establish precise protocols for the preventive conservation and analysis of data concerning not only the identity of the asset or the information collected during its study, but also how it is preserved. This paper proposes a digital framework for the management of museum structures and collections, integrating Building Information Modelling (BIM) methodologies for the preservation and visualization of data with Internet of Things (IoT) methodologies for its collection and analysis.
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