Art Sentry understands the importance of ensuring that historical objects and artwork are protected.
Explore our case studies to learn why the Art Sentry camera-based motion detection system is the right addition to your museum security strategy. Learn how we protect everything from paintings to sculptures.
Our solution also reinforces positive visitor experiences. With Art Sentry, you can avoid embarrassing and uncomfortable situations that arise for both parties when museum security personnel must intervene.
While your visitors may have the best of intentions and may know not to touch the artwork, sometimes accidents can happen. With the Art Sentry system in place, a top US museum reported that 92% of touches were prevented and serious-damage incidents were decreased by 60%. This can be the difference between defiling priceless art and maintaining irreplaceable pieces for years to come.Read More
Our museum security systems help create a better visitor experience by decreasing uncomfortable and embarrassing situations. With Art Sentry implemented, a Top US Museum reported receiving zero visitor complaints during a major exhibition.Read More
See how the Art Sentry system enabled visitors to The Butler Institute of American Art to have an unencumbered experience with the art without unnecessary security officer interactions. Our proactive technology also enabled guards to cover more galleries, reducing costs.Read More
A Top US Museum using the Art Sentry security system improved museum operations, optimized guard deployment, and reduced risk by utilizing astute data and applying it accordingly.Read More
Our mission is to provide museum security to institutions tasked with protecting and preserving valuable artifacts from all around the world. For further information on case studies, who Art Sentry is, or any questions you may have about our camera-based motion detection system, don’t hesitate to contact us or schedule a demo.
*Due to the sensitive nature of museum security operations, actual client names often are not used in Art Sentry case studies. If client names are used, all content has been approved for use by the museum's executive management.