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Melissa King performing CAP at the USS Salem in Quincy, Massachussets. Photo credit: Lisa Goldberg

Announcing a New Partner! FAIC’s Collections Assessment for Preservation (CAP)

FAIC’s Collections Assessment for Preservation (CAP) and Conserv…
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Preparing for the unexpected: the value of real-time environmental monitoring

An effective environmental monitoring program is about more than…

The Small Collections Monitoring Program – What is it?

M. Susan Barger of the Conserv Community Board introduces the…

Working On-Site from Far Away: Remote Environmental Monitoring with Conserv

This guest blog features a summary of research by Allison Kelley,…

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.

Why LoRaWAN for Environmental Monitoring

LoRaWAN is a great solution for wireless, conservation-focused environmental monitoring.
Conserv starter kit composed of two sensors and one gateway on the table of a library

Environmental Monitoring for Collections

Environmental monitoring for collections is a process of observation, interpretation, action, and evaluation.
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Why Your Collection Doesn’t Have Wireless Sensors

There's a reason why your collection doesn't have wireless sensors for environmental monitoring. WiFi is a bad solution for collections.