Museums & Exhibitions


Museums and exhibitions have become increasingly popular in recent years, with visitors expecting a unique and interactive experience. To meet these expectations, museums and exhibition spaces must leverage advanced technology to create an immersive environment that engages and educates visitors. Technis, a leader in smart building solutions, offers a range of applications, including Technis Flow and Technis Behavior, that help museums and exhibitions improve visitor flow and engagement, track visitor behavior and preferences, and optimize resource allocation. With Technis, museums and exhibitions can enhance the visitor experience, increase engagement, and improve overall operational efficiency.


Challenges for Museums and Exhibitions

The museum and exhibition industries are facing numerous challenges when it comes to managing visitors’ experiences. Among them are the need to provide an engaging and interactive experience that will keep visitors coming back, ensuring the safety and security of visitors and exhibits, and optimizing the use of resources. Museums and exhibitions also have to keep up with changing visitor behaviors and preferences, including the use of technology and mobile devices to enhance the visitor experience. Finally, the need to generate revenue and maximize return on investment is a constant challenge for museums and exhibitions, particularly in the face of growing competition from other forms of entertainment.

To address these challenges, museums and exhibitions are increasingly turning to data-driven solutions that provide real-time insights into visitor behavior, exhibit performance, and resource usage. By collecting and analyzing data on visitor flows, exhibit popularity, and other key metrics, museums and exhibitions can optimize the visitor experience, reduce wait times and congestion, and better allocate resources. Additionally, data can help museums and exhibitions make informed decisions about exhibit design, visitor engagement, and resource allocation, leading to increased revenue and visitor satisfaction.


How Technis can help museums and exhibitions

Technis offers a comprehensive suite of data-driven solutions to help museums and exhibitions optimize their operations and enhance the visitor experience.

With Technis’ Flow and Behavior applications, museums can collect and analyze data on visitor behavior, such as foot traffic, popular exhibits, and dwell times. This information can be used to improve exhibit layouts, optimize staffing levels, and enhance the overall visitor experience.

In addition, Technis’ Comfort application can help ensure that visitors are comfortable during their visit by monitoring and optimizing temperature, humidity, and air quality.

Finally, Technis Energy can help museums reduce their carbon footprint and lower operating costs by monitoring and optimizing energy usage. With Technis, museums and exhibitions can achieve their sustainability goals while providing a world-class visitor experience.

  • People counting and tracking: measures the number of visitors, their attendance, their visit time and their behavior in the museum or exhibition.
  • Heat mapping: provides a visual representation of visitor traffic flow and popular areas, enabling a better understanding of visitor behavior and preferences.
  • Dwell time: measures the amount of time visitors spend in specific areas or exhibits, providing insights into visitor engagement and exhibit effectiveness.
  • Conversion rate: measures the percentage of visitors who take a desired action, such as purchasing a ticket or making a donation, providing valuable information about revenue generation and visitor engagement.
  • Engagement rate: measures the level of visitor engagement with exhibits and displays, providing insights into exhibit effectiveness and visitor preferences.
  • Average time spent per exhibit: measures the amount of time visitors spend in each exhibit, providing insights into exhibit effectiveness and visitor preferences.
  • Foot traffic: measures the number of people who enter and exit the museum or exhibition, providing insights into visitor behavior and trends over time.
  • Visitor demographics: provides information on the age, gender, nationality, and other characteristics of museum visitors, allowing for targeted marketing and programming efforts.


  1. Access to the museum: Number of people, flow rate, socio-demographic data, historical data to make comparisons and understand seasonality.
  2. Waiting time: Waiting time at checkouts and average time spent per zone.
  3. Access to the different exhibition halls: Number of people, flow rate, socio-demographic data, historical data to understand the flows inside the museum.
  4. Shop: Number of people, average time spent and advanced analytics: customer journey, engagement, conversion rate, capture rate, average basket…


The main benefits

These benefits can help museums and exhibitions improve their operations and create a more engaging and enjoyable experience for visitors.

  • Improved visitor experience: By tracking and analyzing visitor behavior, museums can gain insights into how people move through exhibitions and identify areas that need improvement to enhance the overall visitor experience.
  • Increased engagement: With data on visitor behavior, museums can optimize exhibition layouts, signage, and interactive exhibits to increase engagement and encourage visitors to spend more time exploring the exhibitions.
  • Enhanced security: Technis can also help improve security by providing real-time monitoring of visitor movements and identifying potential risks or suspicious behavior.
  • Better resource allocation: By analyzing foot traffic and visitor behavior, museums can optimize staffing levels and allocate resources more effectively, saving time and money.
  • Increased revenue: By analyzing visitor behavior and engagement, museums can identify opportunities to optimize merchandise sales and generate additional revenue streams.
  • Environmental sustainability: With Technis Energy, museums can track and analyze energy consumption and identify areas for improvement, leading to cost savings and a reduced environmental impact.