Museum Environmental Monitoring

With a monitoring system in place to measure temperature and the relative humidity level, a museum (like the example shown here) can take quick action to maintain optimum humidity and air temperature levels to keep sensitive objects in the museum environment safe, from organic materials and wooden objects in display cases to oil paintings on the walls

What Our Environmental Monitoring Solution Does

CORIS is proud to offer a comprehensive wireless temperature monitoring system for museums that measures the temperature and relative humidity inside display cases and storage areas.

How We Support Temperature & Relative Humidity Control

When temperature or humidity levels go outside predefined thresholds, our cloud-based 24-hour monitor system sends out real-time alerts to museum personnel so they can take swift action to keep assets safe. All data is permanently stored in the cloud, making it easily accessible on and off the museum site.

Why Our System Is Important in the Museum Environment

Temperature and humidity issues can damage priceless murals, sculptures and other museum objects. Our real-time sensors give you complete peace of mind that your museum assets are safe in your museum environment, no matter where you are. All the while, you’ll have data on hand to spot trends and patterns in temperature and relative humidity levels, and improve your operations.

Complementary Products for the Museum Environment

  • Leak detection in museum basements to avoid costly repairs
  • Water level detection in sump pits and elevator shafts to prevent overflows
  • Door open sensors for storage facilities to prevent warm air from seeping inside
  • Monitoring of long-term storage freezers for biological samples (LN2, -80°, -20°, etc.) of plant and animal specimens
While a monitoring system can flag high humidity levels in indoor environments via the accurate measurement of data loggers, a leak detection system can complement this internal environment technology by preventing the accumulation of moisture content that can cause mold growth and structural damage

Why CORIS Makes Sense for Humidity and Temperature Monitoring


We’ve gone to great lengths to make our temperature and humidity monitoring system simple for the end user — with only a 30-minute course needed to get up and running and DIY installation available. We pair these system qualities with a commitment to proactively helping clients and addressing any service requests in a timely manner.


Our museum environmental monitoring system is equipped with a three-tiered escalation system to indicate if environmental conditions worsen. This gives you the flexibility to select who is notified based on the severity of the issue, as well as the time and day of the week, via either email, phone or text.

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Choosing a temperature and humidity monitoring system shouldn’t be a debate between quality and price. While we’re proud to offer a high-end product to customers, we bundle our hardware, software and support into an affordable, all-inclusive monthly subscription fee.


CORIS monitoring systems are used in well-known institutions and organizations across the U.S. The Smithsonian, Yale Peabody, Stanford University, Dartmouth and John Hopkins are just a few of the customers we’ve built partnerships with and continue to use our products/services.

Don’t Wait for Damage Due to Extreme Temperature or Humidity Levels to Take Action.

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