Environmental monitoring for libraries & archives

Conserv is the first environmental monitoring platform tailor built for collections care professionals. Libraries and archives that use our platform see huge time savings from our seamlessly integrated wireless data loggers & software platform, which is bolstered even further by expert support.

Why Conserv for libraries & archives

Fully supported devices
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Conserv’s subscription model includes sensor and gateway support for the entire 3-year contract. No more worrying about dead batteries or recalibration.

Real-time monitoring
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Conserv’s sensors transmit data in real-time so you can know what’s happening now, not last month.

Threshold alert messages
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Set your thresholds once and get a message if they are exceeded. Peace of mind is built in.

Tailor-made for collections
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Conserv has collections care in its DNA. It’s not a retrofitted industrial environmental monitoring solution.

Integrated pest management
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It’s not just an environmental monitoring tool, Conserv has integrated pest management tools included too.

Easy cross-team collaboration
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Sharable reports make team alignment simple. The data helps make your case and advocate for change.

Simple platform setup
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Get your sensors & gateway, turn them on and it just works. Data starts flowing into the software without bugging IT.

Powerful mobile app
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The Conserv platform comes with a free mobile app so you can record observations or just check in at any time.

Expert support included
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All paid plans include our expert support team which is made up of collections care professionals.

One platform, full insight

Conserv is not another data logger company, we offer the first tailor-made system for collections care. Effortless data collection from purpose-built wireless sensors with intuitive data analysis made for preservation professionals including real-time alerts. Turn on Conserv environmental monitoring and it just works, but our expert support team is here to help should a problem arise.

Data collection

Conserv's wireless sensors are always feeding real-time data into the Conserv platform using a built-in LoRaWAN network. Setup is so easy that most Conserv users are able to do so on their own. Every Conserv subscription ensures the functionality of the sensors & gateways, including recalibrations or battery swaps.

Data analysis

The Conserv suite of software tools makes environmental data analysis, IPM, and observation tracking simple. The system will also send your team email/SMS alerts any time your environment is outside your customizable thresholds.

Expert support

The Conserv support team is made up exclusively of conservators and preservation professionals. They are not only your guides to utilizing the Conserv platform to its maximum potential, but they also understand your day-to-day struggles from first hand experience.

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Conserv LoRaWAN Vs. Bluetooth Vs. Wi-Fi

No Wi-Fi needed

Conserv is the only wireless environmental monitoring solution that leverages LoRaWAN instead of Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. This translates to a much greater range through many building materials.

Success stories

McWane Science Center Museum Logo -- Conserv Customer Success Story

Conserv is an elegant solution to a problem that every museum has.

Jun Ebersole

Director of Collections, McWane Science Center

Shelbourne Museum Logo - Conserv Customer Success

Conserv is constantly getting in touch with us about what they’re working on, and what I think about it. So much of this work is about listening—and Conserv does that well.

Nancie Ravenel

Objects Conservator, The Shelburne Museum

University of Wyoming Art Museum Logo Conserv Customer

Real-time alerts about temperature and humidity have made it so much easier to build our understanding of how our building interacts with the exterior environment.

Dara Lohnes-Davies

Collections Manager, University of Wyoming Art Museum

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