Conserv Launches Conservation Studio Software

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Software Improves Conservation And Historical Preservation Practices

Conserv, a conservation technology company, has launched Conservation Studio, a web and mobile platform that empowers conservation professionals managing the world’s 450,000+ art and cultural collections.

Conserv Will Offer Predictive Analytics, Benchmarking, and Artificial Intelligence

Conservation Studio brings together existing conservation work into a single platform, increasing the quality of conservation work and eliminating manual effort for conservation professionals. Conserv will offer predictive analytics, benchmarking, and artificial intelligence to move beyond current competing solutions.

Conserv was founded in 2018 by Austin Senseman, CEO, and Nathan McMinn, CTO who are joined by an advisory board of Karim Budhwani (CEO, Cerflux) and Ben Fino-Radin (Founder, Small Data Industries).

The Launch of Conservation Studio Is the First Step of the Journey

“Conserv’s mission is to bring better care to more of the world’s art and cultural collections through better technology,” said Austin Senseman, CEO of Conserv. “The launch of Conservation Studio is the first step of the journey.”

Prior to the launch of Conservation Studio, the company performed beta tests with The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Crozier Fine Arts, The Birmingham Museum of Art, The Huntsville Museum of Art, The Birmingham Botanical Gardens, McWane Science Center, and The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum.

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Art and cultural objects are threatened by exposure to a variety of detrimental factors, including excessive light, temperature, humidity extremes, pests, pollutants, poor handling practices, natural disasters, and accidental damage. Conserv’s technology allows conservation professionals to measure these conditions and take action to prevent damage.

Speaking of her experience with Conservation Studio, Margaret Burnham, Object Conservator at the Birmingham Museum of Art said, “I like that we can customize our units for certain galleries with more stringent requirements, such as monitoring light levels, vibrations, and visitor counts, in addition to the standard temperature and RH level monitoring that we require.”

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