Derived from the experience of Vatican museums, VESTA is a modular and integrated system capable of fully responding to the operational needs of museum structures, integrating highly effective operational, analytical, management and visual representation skills.
VESTA allows to improve the managerial and administrative efficiency of HR management activities, facilitates the comparison of non-homogeneous data, give access to effective measurement and comparison criteria, the acquisition of artwork images and buildings, their digitization, cataloging and 3D reproduction in order to create a main digital asset for the institution
STAFF AND TICKET OFFICE
Management of personnel and shifts of the custodial staff
Management of the Ticket Office and Tourist Guides
Visitors analysis, operational, economic and financial indicators.
Management of exhibition routes (adjusting the impact that visitors have with respect to the rooms and works)
Multilingual Contact Center Services
MUSEUM HERITAGE MANAGEMENT
Asset management and cataloging: movable and immovable artworks
2D and 3D digitization of buildings to support the conservation of movable works, frescoes and architectural elements, with the possibility of extending the management also to structures and appliances outside the museums.
2D and 3D surveys of buildings, artistic and architectural assets using laser scanner technology and structured light laser scanners
Monitoring of buildings and individual rooms, verifying the constant compatibility between the artworks and defined standard parameters (e.g. temperature, humidity and density of visitors, average transit times, etc.), implementing and correlating the data from the various sources in a single synoptic panel.
Visitor analysis, operational, economic and financial indicators.
Monitoring economic data trends related to the quality of the services offered, thru a planimetric graphical representation
Integration of over-functional data with numerical and planimetric graph indicators.
Sharing of operational information between offices for an integrated and computerized management of the museum system