Conservation Space is a web-based, end-to-end module designed for the needs of conservation experts and conservation departments at galleries and museums.
Funded by Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and developed with the assistance of the National Gallery of Art, this document and process management module gives conservation experts the ability to store information, annotate images with Mirador Image Viewer, collaborate on projects, and create reports all in one place.
Quick access to all needed data and activities. Each dashboard is configured based on the personal's needs and each updated information populates instantly, so you could not miss anything.
All cultural objects are organized in libraries, easy to search, filter, and assemble records for more organized projects and streamlined workflows.
Set of drawing tools including deep zoom, image overlay and filters. Ability to manipulate images by adjusting brightness, contrast, saturation, color, etc. and adding comments and notes directly into the picture.
Fast and easy creation of different types of reports, according to the institution's needs. Most of the information is field automatically during the conservation activity process.