The DigitalHeritage 2013 International Congress took place in Marseilles, France, between 28th October and 1st November 2013.
It was the largest exhibition on Digital Heritage ever organized. Spread over more than 700m2 of space, the exhibition is divided into six unique categories.
The event was very wide-ranging including 350 presentations, some 100 full papers, 130 short and special session papers, 90 posters, 20 panels, tutorials and workshops and 37 exhibitions.
We (Hakan Melih Aygün, Nurdan Atalan Çayırezmez & Levent Boz) wrote a paper titled “Suggestions on RFID Technology for Tracking Museum Objects in Turkey” and Nurdan gave a presentation about this subject during session titled “Theory, Methodologies and Applications of Digital Heritage” and it has been published in the Conference Proceedings.
Now, it is our pleasure to share the abstract with those interested in the subject: Technology and Cultural Heritage…
Suggestion of RFID Technology for Tracking Museum…
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