Museo Egizio Di Torino

The Museo Egizio or Egyptian Museum is an archaeological museum in Turin, Italy, specializing in Egyptian archaeology and anthropology and houses one of the largest collections of Egyptian antiquities, with more than 30,000 artifacts. Receiving over 1 million visitors in 2023 it is considered the second most important Egyptological collection in the world, after the Egyptian Museum of Cairo. 

The Challenge

If you have visited this museum, you would notice the characteristic of the building has some special peculiarities. At the beginning of the visit, floor -1 shows the history of the Museum, after which the visitor must ascend various escalators to floor 2, where the visit to its collection begins. 

Like many museums around the world, a solution was required which does not rely on a strong cellular or Wi-Fi signal coverage. 

The Solution

Museummate were able to provide both of their latest solutions, EasyGuide for those visitors who wish to access the contents directly on their mobile phones and SmartGuide, the multimedia touch screen device that allows those visitors who wish to access the content. 

As the availability of an internet connection is not guaranteed, the EasyGuide digital solution allows content to be downloaded gradually, even downloading the specific stops in advance where there is no cellular or internet connection. 

Egizio Torino 2

The Result

EasyGuide, the digital audio guide, takes visitors on a journey through time to discover ancient Egyptian culture, through the exhibition through the immersive content and compelling storytelling. 

With the new EasyGuide tool, the Egyptian Museum technicians obtain information on visitor habits and behaviour through the Visitor Analytics software, enabling them to compile a suite of management reports and improve site operations based on visitor movement and visiting numbers per language. 

Service Summary

  • Device: EasyGuide and SmartGuide
  • Content: Produced by MuseumMate
  • Languages: Spanish, English, French, German, Italian.