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Judith van Gent - Moving the collection of the Amsterdams Historisch Museum

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  • 1. Moving the collection of the Amsterdams Historisch Museum Judith van Gent, team manager documentation 8/9 november 2010
  • 2.
    • Collection
      • 75.000 objects
    • Several locations for presentation/storage
      • on display circa 10 %
      • in storage 90%
    • Movements
      • > 1000 a year
  • 3.
    • Digitization cards/ photocards
    • Basic registration collection in Adlib
    • Management collection Adlib
      • locations, loans, transports, conservation
    • Adlib database online
  • 4.
    • new storage building opens 27 oktober 2011
      • 70.000 objects moving from 5 different storage locations to one new building
      • for moving ánd location management one system connected on Adlib database
  • 5. a
    • Adlib Museum tracker
    • Adlib / AHM: functional design
    • wishes AHM:
      • online / offline
      • multiple piece objects
    • choice AHM: RFID tag versus barcode
  • 6. a
    • Requirements
      • Barcodes
        • Objects
        • Packages
        • Locations
      • Wifi
      • Access to Adlib SQL database
  • 7.
    • Barcode labeling objects / packages
    • Developing new hierarchical location system
    • Implementing the movement module in Adlib
  • 8.  
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