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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Survey On Smart Museum Using IoT

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R. Nikitha, Dr. S. Malathi



Bluetooth, IOT, NFC, RFID, Positioning technique,Smart Museum, Wearable device



A museum is an institution that conserves a collection of artifacts and other objects of artistic, cultural, historical, or scientific importance. The museum is a veritable treasure house for everybody who think beyond the everyday matters of human life. The purpose of modern museums is to collect, preserve, interpret, and display items of artistic, cultural, or scientific significance for the education of the public. For a visitor Perspective, the idea can also depend on one's point of view. The aim of this project is to implement a wearable device for smart museum using IOT Technology. A smart museum based on IOT relies on a wearable device that acts as guides of museum .Decisively based on the survey taken ,few technologies are used such as RFID,NFC, IOT, Bluetooth ,Positioning technique and palm pilot technology illustrates that the wearable device covers large distance since the earlier technology covers short distance for certain range of coverage and it suffer many hardware issues for accelerated use.



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