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To not lose anything from the Internet of Things for culture and luxury

Electronic distance sensors can be used as a mediation tool.

EDITAG, Amélie THIBO
September 2020 — 21 views Arts Billet

EDITAG Arts participates at the first French Culture Tech Days in Berlin

EDITAG, Amélie THIBO
September 2020 — 97 views Arts Event News

Putting the public back at the heart of the museum, thanks to digital technology?

EDITAG, Amélie THIBO
September 2020 — 216 views Arts Billet

Do you know the ROSI? Return on Security Investment.

EDITAG, Amélie THIBO
August 2020 — 310 views Arts Billet

Faced with the increase and variety of temporary exhibitions, what solutions for museums to reassure lenders and compensate for the lack of resources?

EDITAG, Amélie THIBO
July 2020 — 524 views Arts Billet

IoT and High Jewelry

EDITAG, Bernard GREINER
June 2020 — 772 views Arts Billet

Museums and the end of the lockdown

EDITAG, Amélie THIBO
May 2020 — 861 views Arts Billet

Digital tools (RFID) to help collection assessment and inventory.

EDITAG, Amélie THIBO
March 2020 — 1044 views Arts Billet

SITEM 2020 : Back to Le Louvre Carrousel

EDITAG, Amélie THIBO
March 2020 — 1080 views Arts Event

EDITAG participe à Exponatec 2019

EDITAG, Amélie THIBO
November 2019 — 1010 views Arts Event

Atelier Plan de Sauvegarde des Biens Culturels numérique

EDITAG, Amélie THIBO
April 2019 — 1081 views Arts Event News

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On specific application segments, EDITAG allows organizations to have real-time information on their operations thanks to connected objects.

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