In Technopolis “Moscow” has developed effective protection for museums
To control access to objects of art as well as track their exact location will help RFID tags.
The resident of the special economic zone “Technopolis Moscow” has developed system of protection of Museum exhibits. It is based on technology of radio frequency identification, or RFID (Radio Frequency Identification). With the help of radio professionals can automatically recognize the location of art objects, as well as to record and control access to them.
Thanks to the RFID tags of Museum workers will also be able to track the location of exhibits during their transfer for restoration, in storage or at exhibitions.
“Modern technology is meant to serve the society. They certainly should apply for the preservation of historical and cultural heritage. Moscow is a leader in developing innovative solutions and their implementation in the products. For this purpose the Government of Moscow creates favorable infrastructure and financial conditions,” — said the head of the Department of investment and industrial policy Alexander Prokhorov.
Special economic zone “Technopolis” consists of five platforms, four of which are located in Zelenograd and the one on the territory of Technopark “Technopolis “Moscow”” in printers.
It combines several high-tech industries. Is microelectronics, optics, robotics, medical technologies and equipment.
Here make new composite materials. Part of the enterprises on the territory of Technopolis is developing information, communication and nanotechnologies and of energy efficient technologies. There are companies that specializiruetsya in the manufacture of orthopedic shoes.
In 2016, the city Government supports promising companies and helps them participate free of charge in Russian and foreign exhibitions. So, in January 2019, the capital of Russia presented at technovative in Dubai companies — participants of the program of support of the exporters of “Made in Moscow”. Under a single brand Made in Moscow manufacturers showcased more than 30 of the latest developments.