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We have run a few articles on museums and businesses using RFID technology to track their artwork inventory. For example:
- RFID to Improve Management of Corporate Artwork
- RFID Watches Over the Tower of London and Its Artwork
- NFC, Blockchain Help Authenticate and Manage Collectibles
We’ve also published articles about museums deploying RFID for a variety of other uses:
- RFID-Enabled SECRET Missions Boost Museum Membership
- Estonian National Museum Deploys RFID-Controlled Informational Signage
- Drents Museum Uses RFID to Create a Personalized Visitor Experience
- London History Museum Adopts Technology of Future
- Asian Art Museum Enhances Visitor Experience With BLE Beacons
- At Cooper Hewitt Museum, Visitors to Become Designers With NFC
- Telecom Museum Calls on UWB RTLS to Provide Location-Based Content
- RFID Ignites Interest in Nazi Explosives Museum
- Armed With RFID, Star Trek Exhibit Boldly Goes into Museums
However, I am unaware of any system designed specifically for use by artists. You could employ something like RFID4U‘s Tagmatiks Lite application, which is inexpensive and would allow you to associate items with specific tags’ serial numbers. A handheld RFID reader would enable an artist to take inventory counts or find specific pieces of artwork quickly.
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