Technology has the potential to transform the way we preserve, access and interact with cultural assets. The whole industry is facing great challenges and new opportunities arise daily, allowing museums to be more accessible, relevant, productive and even profitable.
Museotechniki is an open innovation and knowledge management company, based in Athens, Greece with the ambition to accelerate industry specific innovation in the field of cultural management. We aim to scale up cultural impact on society by merging cultural management standards with emerging technologies and business model innovation.
Museotechniki has been established on the knowledge and vision of Nikolaos Maniatis (Founder & Managing Director). An archaeological conservator, with a Masters in Cultural Management and an innate interest in technology and entrepreneurship.
Since then, it has organically grown to a multidisciplinary network of museum and new technology professionals.
Our ambition is to accelerate industry specific innovation in the field of cultural asset management. We do that by transforming technological and scientific knowledge into scalable and sustainable commercial value. We learn, create and share knowledge tailored to meet the standards and objectives of contemporary cultural management practice.
Continuous learning is the cornerstone of our business practice. We systematically monitor research outcomes, trends and policies in the field of cultural management and beyond. We learn new skills and experiment with emerging technologies. Curiosity and research skills are working hand in hand to help us document and understand the fast moving knowledge environment we live in.
We work closely with cultural organisations, industrial partners and research and educational institutions in order to conduct applied research and development. Through R&D partnerships we develop our initial knowledge and create new, specialised and potentially commercial viable concepts. We rely on this knowledge to conceive and prototype new products and services.
The result of this innovative development process is useful and reusable knowledge that can potentially be shared openly with stakeholders in the form of reports, scientific papers and blog posts as well as been packaged as new commercial products and services.
Cultural heritage conservation, documentation, exhibition and enhancement, museum education, access to culture, digital heritage, cultural User Generated Content (UGC), cultural impact analysis
3D printing, Internet of Things (IoT), mobile technologies, interactive design, 3D scanning, advanced materials, open source software & hardware
Project aims to provide access to 3d digital archives of museum collections and to facilitate the distribution of 3d printed replicas and curated content of cultural artifacts for educational, research and entertainment use.
Technology: 3D printing
Project type: New Product Development (NPD)
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Museotechniki Ltd., 10681, Andrea Metaxa 26, Athens - Greece
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