Coeli Platform, sponsoring CIMED's congress

The congress of museums & digital strategies

We attended the II International Congress of Museums and Digital Strategies (CIMED), organized by REMED, which was held in a hybrid format on the 27th and 28th of October at the University of Valencia (UPV). Specifically, we have participated as sponsors for two years consecutively both in a face-to-face stand and virtual space.

This year, the congress has brought together professionals, researchers, and cultural companies from Spanish-speaking countries to talk about museums in a context of constant digital evolution. In this second edition of CIMED, the three topics of interest have been heritage collections, digital transformation, and connection with the public. Specifically, the congress of museums’ program has had renowned professionals such as Guillem d’Efak (MNAC), Eloísa Pérez Santos (UCM), Carlos A. Scolari (UPF) or Antje Schmidt (MK&G), among others, who have enlightened us sharing their experiences.

“We need a museum that is more nodal than radial” (Conxa Rodà)

We share our products with the assistants

Coeli is a software as a service (SaaS) for documentation, publication, and collection management. During these days, we have had the pleasure of sharing live demonstrations of our solutions with both our face-to-face and virtual attendees within the congress of museums. If you want to request a free DEMO, click here.

In addition to that, our technology appears in the academic article of the congress named “Tracking Faces: cataloging with facial recognition tools at the Teatre Lliure”, co-authored by Anabel de la Paz and Marc Folia, which is one of our case of study with our partners NUBILUM. If you are interested in this practical example, you can head to Anabel de la Paz’s presentation at the II Coeli Conference through this video on our channel (turn on your subtitles).

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