Art Merges with Technology on the Stage

By Claire Swedberg

The Italian opera house Teatro Regio di Parma manages thousands of props, costumes and backdrops for each of its new productions through an RFID solution from Murata ID and uses the delivery services of the University of Parma.

The Teatro Regio di Parma is a historic theater that has fused its creative productions with technology to ensure efficient access and use of its sets and costumes created by renowned designers. The RFID solution enables the tracking and tracing of items in its warehouses, both on stage and in other parts of the world. The technology provided by Murata ID Solutions consists of passive UHF RFID tags attached to props, costumes and set pieces …

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