Conserv Welcomes Melissa King

Melissa King is one of Conserv's newest team members! She comes to us from a Samuel H. Kress Fellowship in Preventive Conservation at the Smithsonian, and she is eager to help us build our connections with the preservation community.

Conserv Features: Collections-focused analytics

Collections tell stories. So does the Conserv wireless environmental monitoring system.

Building Zero-Cost Audio Tours

QR code audio tours

Conserv features: Real-time alerts

Conserv's real-time alerts give you a little more peace of mind to focus on other collection issues.

Digital Manufacturing for Conservation

3D scanning and printing for conservation repair

Conserv Features: Simple, wireless environmental monitoring

Conserv offers simple, wireless environmental monitoring for collections—in museums, archives, or private facilities. Here's a basic overview of how it works.

Case study: checking once a day isn’t enough

Conserv has partnered with the Albany Museum of art to improve their collection environment with real-time temperature and relative humidity data.

What’s an appropriate temperature for my collection?

We've launched *Levels* in Conserv Cloud so that you, as a first step, can set and evaluate environmental levels for your collection.

Environmental Monitoring & Working from Home

On a normal day disconnected data loggers are a small hassle, but when there's a real emergency non-wireless solutions just don't work at all.

Environmental levels: let go of standards, embrace your baselines

If you're not 100% sure what environment is appropriate for your collection, you're not alone. Making sense of the standards and recommendations is hard.