The word technique originates from the Greek word τέχνη, meaning art, mastery or skill. In modern times, the word meaning corresponds to the greatest extent to the mastery and the ability to recreate our ideas in a material substance or form.
Many people become familiar with historical artefacts and artwork owing to the technology development, because the technology enables everybody - specialists, people or scientists to have access to and be aware with the greatest and the finest human achievements in the field of cultural heritage.
How to keep Cultural Heritage, Art and History to the future generations? How do experts manage and track their art and conservation work? How many different systems are they forced to use? So many questions to ask when start conservation work or a research project in the field.
Applying intelligent software in their everyday work, enable specialists in galleries, libraries, museums and art conservators to better collaborate in different kind of projects and events. Software platforms such as Museum Space, help the experts to eliminate the need of multiple systems and disparate applications, and enjoy the seamless management of collections, enhancing workflow and consolidating museum management processes.
Museum Space is a comprehensive Museum Management Software Suite. After years of research and development, Sirma has finally created a powerful web-based platform, designed to streamline work flows and document management in the field. The platform has semantic functionalities which help to organize records, gather cultural objects under one roof, plan and manage upcoming exhibitions, work with crucial documents, simplify image management, create reports, etc.
This intuitive open-source platform has been expertly engineered to simplify image management, document storage, report writing, cultural object preservation, and exhibitions. Museum Space is also a robust search engine, AI-driven report generator, and includes integration to clients’ collection management systems such as TMS.
Our museum management software has been changing the way museums operate for more than ten years, and now we’ve entered a new era with Museum Space. Whether the organization is a museum, a gallery, a library, an archive, or a private initiative - the technologies behind the unique software platform make life easier for all parties, and streamline all processes and related tasks.
Museum Space is an ecosystem for end-to-end museum management. Currently it features three modules - Conservation Space, Exhibition Space, and Curation Space. We are developing additional modules that will cover the all essential activities, which gallerists, conservationists, librarians and museum specialists perform.
Conservation Space has been started as a project, funded by Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and developed with the assistance of the National Gallery of Art, USA. This document and process management module enables conservation experts to store information, annotate images, and create reports all in one place.
Exhibition Space ensures an easy way to precisely manage every detail of exhibitions. With intuitive task management, everything is under control - locations and movement monitoring, workflow tracking, collections monitoring, and all the last minute changes.
The power of semantic technology is clearly demonstrated in Curation Space. This module aggregates documents, tasks, and supporting information, according to a particular collection. Curation Space is useful if the organization wants to facilitate loans, acquisitions, deaccessions, and transportation. The features include a flawlessly structured library, object classification, status reporting, transportation documentation, powerful search capabilities and so on.
We understand there is no institutions or conservators that are the same or their work is fully standardized. Hence, the museum management solutions they employ, should be different also. Therefore, we have designed Museum Space as an easy to configure platform, in order to meet the unique needs of any organization.
With Museum Space, there’s no need to worry about managing multiple applications, databases or scattered information, it enables consolidation of all your applications and helps organize your evolving internal information.
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