The Historic Buildings, Parks & Gardens Event has been running for over 35 years, bringing together visitors involved in the historic buildings, landscape conservation, and heritage sectors. This year, it will be held on 15th November 2022 at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, London.
We will be exhibiting at the Historic Buildings, Parks &
Gardens Event (HBPGE) at stand C-18 to showcase
data loggers for conservation and preservation.
Visitors may pre-register on the event website; entrance is free of charge
and designed for those in the historic buildings, landscape
conservation and heritage sectors.
Environmental monitoring plays a key role in the conservation
and preservation of historic buildings, museums and archives.
temperature and relative humidity (RH) data loggers are often
used in conservation areas to help maintain the correct conditions
for sensitive items and materials, as well as monitor the
efficiency of HVAC systems and environmental control measures.
Tinytag Connect System is the central system for Tinytag radio
and LAN data loggers which provides a remote, real-time solution
for monitoring collections, stores, and buildings across multiple
sites or locations, instantly sending data to the computer via a
receiver, and alerts via email and SMS.
View related case studies
- Berkshire Record Office use Tinytag Ultra 2 temperature and relative
humidity data loggers to help preserve over 900 years of local
history in their archive strongrooms. Read more +
- HMS Victory, Nelson's historic flagship, is
home to rugged Tinytag Plus 2 data loggers monitoring
temperature and relative humidity to aid in the preservation of
sensitive items aboard. Read more +
- The Weald & Downland Living Museum has
Tinytag Radio Data Logging System to monitor temperature and
relative humidity in a large, two-storey building housing the
artefact collection, archives and exhibition space.
Read more +