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    Title: 數位時代博物館經營模式探討-國立故宮博物院個案研究
    The Study of Museum Business Models in Digital Era -A Case of National Palace Museum
    Authors: 郭鎮武
    Kuo, Chen Wo
    Contributors: 周宣光
    Chou , Shrane Koung
    Kuo, Chen Wo
    Keywords: 無線射頻識別
    Ubiquitous Information Application
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2012-10-30 11:21:13 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 國立故宮博物院(以下簡稱故宮)文物典藏是中國藝術與工藝中的菁華,也是歷史研究的重寶。故宮在U-Taiwan計畫下,期望透過建置故宮U化(提供行動載具、無線射頻、無線感知網路等)的基礎建設、數位內容及使用介面等關鍵資通訊技術,建置隨手可得網絡服務系統,配合故宮文物ID感知上網應用,普及故宮相關加值產品之電子標籤應用,健全故宮U化產品與服務的安全與信賴機制,推動故宮感知網路設備與應用服務產業,並發展博物館U化關鍵技術,促進U化故宮數位內容及加值產品之生活應用普及率,藉以協助強化博物館運用資訊科技之競爭力。未來打造U化故宮優質示範園區,使故宮精美的文物以U化技術貼近人群,走向世界,向國內外人士展現台灣的博物館在U化科技與應用的成就。
    RFID 運用於博物館館務作業,不但可節省人力、時間,還可以將資料做妥善的應用,增加擴大博物館的服務範圍層面。本研究就應用 RFID 全方略導入博物館經營模式,建議基本上可分為下列五項:門禁管理、自動導覽、典藏管理、盤點管理及出版發行管理。研究指出 RFID 應用於博物館的魅力在於協助導覽、增進學習效果、加速盤點作業與安全管理上,皆充分的展現出其優異之特性。因之,博物館業界,當應善加運用 RFID技術,並融合資訊科技,設計出適合博物館各自的經營模式與功能需求,以嶄新且多面向的展示,呈現予觀眾。
    The cultural relic preservation at National Palace Museum (herein referred to as NPM) is the essence of Chinese arts and crafts and the critical treasury of historical research. Under the U-Taiwan project, by establishing the basic equipment of a u-NPM (providing mobile appliances, RFID, wireless sensor networks and etc.,), digital contents and critical information and communication technology related to graphical user interface, NPM expects to: set readily available network service systems, cooperate with the application of NPM cultural ID sensor internet access, popularize the tag application of NPM-related value-adding products, construct the u-NPM products and the mechanism of service safety and trust, advance the equipment of wireless sensor networks in NPM and the application service industries, develop the key u-technologies, promote the digital contents of u-NPM and the daily applying penetration of value-added products to assist in reinforcing the competition of how museums making use of information technologies.
    The high quality demonstrative park of u-NPM will be created in the coming future so that the exquisite cultural relics with u-technologies in NPM will be closer to people and seen by the world. The achievements of u-technologies and applications in museums in Taiwan will be shown to the people in Taiwan and abroad.
    “Ubiquitous” represents a concept which means “God exists everywhere”. At the era of information technology, by using all kinds of information products and networks, the word represents that the ubiquitous information ideal world can be realized. To harmony with the U-Taiwan project, the u-construction in Taiwan is mainly based on the technologies of wireless sensor and RFID. With RFID being applied in the management at museums, manpower and time can be saved and the data can be properly used to increase and enlarge the service ranges of museums. The research introduces the full application of RFID into museum management models. Five basic suggestions are listed: entrance guard management, tour guide, preservation management, inventory management and publication management.
    Indicated by the research, the amazing parts of RFID application in museums are assisting tours, enhancing learning effects, and accelerating the inventory and safety management which all fully represents its outstanding characteristics. Therefore, the industry of museums should take a good use of the RFID technology and integrate information technology into RFID to design the management models and function needs fit for museums respectfully and display with new and multi-dimensions for audience.
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