Protection of exhibits and art in museums - usage and operation

 Small Collections and Exhibitions

... are protected with the Human Detector in a simple and fast manner. An acoustic alarm is triggered, if a visitor touches an exhibit. The intensity of the sound can be adjusted. The alarm signal can be transferred onto a video surveillance or alarm system if required. A signal in a central location is therefore made possible.

The Human Detector provides first class protection against theft, vandalism and unintentional damage. The system is best deployed for the protection of pictures, statues, sculptures, display cabinets, furniture, and mechanical exhibits as part of small collections and exhibitions. The fast and simple installation of the Human Detector module enables the quick adaptation to changes within the exhibition.


Private and Corporate Collections

... are protected against damages and theft by the Human Detector.

There has been an on-going trend to invest into art and collectibles. These “treasures” are in the possession of private individuals as well as corporations. Works of art are often exhibited in rooms, which are open for receptions or festivities. The likelihood of exhibits being damaged at such occasions is high.

The Human Detector modules can be places in concealed locations on the exhibit to be protected. If a guest enters the secured area, a discreet acoustic alarm is triggered. A video recording can be taken, if required. The Human Detector can be operated over a period of several months with the help of high-performance batteries. Networking via radio is possible at any time, even retroactively.

 

 Exhibitions in Museums

... can be protected with the Human Detector in a sustainable manner. For this purpose a Human Detector is installed on the object to be protected. If required, an acoustic alarm is triggered when a vehicle is being touched, and the Human Detector centre is being informed via radio. If a visitor touches the object an acoustic alarm is triggered (which can be switched off) and the Human Detector centre is informed via radio. A video camera pans onto the exhibit and records the incidence, if required.

In a museum, the Human Detector offers cost-effective protection against theft, vandalism and the well-known “gropers”. The systems are equally suitable for permanent, as well as temporary exhibitions.

Do you have a particular assignment or task in mind? We would be delighted to provide more information and to design a protection plan for you.

Brochure   Human Detector in museums