04 Jun 2024

Introducing Bev/Art: Simplifying Climate Monitoring for Museums and Cultural Heritage Sites

Bev/Art, a pioneering Norwegian company, is transforming how museums and cultural heritage sites manage their environments.

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We provide the smallest wireless climate monitoring sensors available, designed specifically for the unique needs of cultural preservation. Our advanced, user-friendly software delivers real-time climate data, enabling collections managers to monitor multiple, remote locations seamlessly. Customizable alerts through web browsers make the complex task of climate management and the logistics of loan processes straightforward and efficient. 

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Expanding to the UK with Expert Collaboration

We are thrilled to announce the expansion of our operations to the UK. In this exciting phase, we have teamed up with Boris Pretzel, the former Head of Science at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A). Based in London, Boris now brings his extensive expertise to support our UK clients, ensuring they derive maximum benefit from our cutting-edge environmental monitoring systems. His presence underscores our commitment to providing exceptional service and expert guidance tailored to the needs of museums and cultural heritage professionals.

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Engaging with the Community: A Prestigious Panel Discussion

In May, Bev/Art had the honor of hosting a panel discussion titled "Safeguarding Cultural Heritage in a Shifting Climate: Discussions on Sustainable Preservation and Risk Mitigation." This event was graciously hosted by the Royal Norwegian Ambassador to the UK, H.E. Tore Hattrem, at the historic Amesbury House in London. The discussion featured a distinguished panel of experts, including Stefan Michalski, Jane Henderson, Julie McCann, Jonathan Ashley-Smith, and Stefan Simon. Their insights provided invaluable perspectives on sustainable preservation and risk mitigation strategies in the face of climate change. For those who could not attend, the entire discussion is available on our YouTube profile, offering a wealth of knowledge and expertise.

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Looking Ahead: Join Us at the Icon 2024 Conference

Bev/Art will be attending the Icon 2024 Conference: Conservation for Change, scheduled for July 2-3, 2024, in London. This conference represents a significant opportunity for professionals in the field to engage with the latest advancements in conservation. We invite you to connect with us at the conference to learn more about our innovative climate monitoring solutions. If you are attending or wish to schedule a meeting before or after the event, we would be delighted to provide a detailed presentation of our system and discuss how it can benefit your institution.