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Our Projects

Our partnerships and project work open up exciting avenues for research and the co-creation of new digital tools which are making information management and data insights for historic buildings easy and affordable.

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01- Diocese of Sheffield 

Historic Heat: Hiccups, Habits, Hacks

Working collaboratively with 100 historic churches across the Diocese of Sheffield, we are supporting custodians to collect and use information which will inform their sustainability journeys.


Funded by Innovate UK, we are applying the latest in machine-learning to datasets, identifying patterns and trends towards the developing of a rapid fabric performance assessment tool which is suitable for the historic building context. Find out more.

02 - Sheffield Hallam University

AI for conservation guidance

Partnering with Sheffield Hallam University we are exploring how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be used to support the access to conservation guidance such as that contained within condition inspection reports.

We are developing digital tools which encourage custodians, inspectors and organisations to share information, promoting the completion of essential conservation works. Find out more.

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03 - Innovate UK Fast Start Grant 

IoT for historic buildings

We implemented Internet of Things (IoT) devices at historic buildings in order to test their ability to gather information that could be useful for conservation inspections and energy audits.

This project, completed in early 2023, demonstrated the value of technology solutions for heritage and equipped Cheribim with the necessary skills and experience to support environmental monitoring deployment in a variety of building contexts.

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