Wireless Sensor Platform for Cultural Heritage Monitoring and Modeling System
AbstractResults from three years of continuous monitoring of environmental conditions using a wireless sensor platform installed at The Cloisters, the medieval branch of the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, are presented. The platform comprises more than 200 sensors that were distributed in five galleries to assess temperature and air flow and to quantify microclimate changes using physics-based and statistical models. The wireless sensor network data shows a very stable environment within the galleries, while the dense monitoring enables localized monitoring of subtle changes in air quality trends and impact of visitors on the microclimate conditions. The high spatial and temporal resolution data serves as a baseline study to understand the impact of visitors and building operations on the long-term preservation of art objects. View Full-Text
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Klein, L.J.; Bermudez, S.A.; Schrott, A.G.; Tsukada, M.; Dionisi-Vici, P.; Kargere, L.; Marianno, F.; Hamann, H.F.; López, V.; Leona, M. Wireless Sensor Platform for Cultural Heritage Monitoring and Modeling System. Sensors 2017, 17, 1998.
Klein LJ, Bermudez SA, Schrott AG, Tsukada M, Dionisi-Vici P, Kargere L, Marianno F, Hamann HF, López V, Leona M. Wireless Sensor Platform for Cultural Heritage Monitoring and Modeling System. Sensors. 2017; 17(9):1998.Chicago/Turabian Style
Klein, Levente J.; Bermudez, Sergio A.; Schrott, Alejandro G.; Tsukada, Masahiko; Dionisi-Vici, Paolo; Kargere, Lucretia; Marianno, Fernando; Hamann, Hendrik F.; López, Vanessa; Leona, Marco. 2017. "Wireless Sensor Platform for Cultural Heritage Monitoring and Modeling System." Sensors 17, no. 9: 1998.
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