Non commercial partnership "Automation directions in museums and information technologies" ADIT


Non-profit partnership "Automation of Museums and Information Technologies" (ADIT) is an open association of professionals who work in industries related to digital transformation of the cultural sphere.

Created on the initiative of Lev Yakovlevich Nol, Alexander Viktorovich Dremailov and Dmitry Georgievich Pertsev in 1996, ADIT now has more than 100 individual and corporate members. ADIT members are employees of cultural and educational institutions responsible for information technology, and representatives of companies supplying equipment and software. This defines ADIT as a platform where mutually beneficial cooperation takes place, exchange of experience and where new professionals in the field of culture are grown, who are not only familiar with the latest innovations in the field of information technology, but are also able to use them to build information systems, produce multimedia products, support and develop museum sites, maintain electronic archives and much more.

The main event of ADIT is the Annual conference, which takes place every year in a new location. There are more than 25 points on the ADIT conference map, from the Solovetsky Islands to Minsk, from Khanty-Mansiysk to Perm, from Kazan to Petrozavodsk. The anniversary, XXV ADIT conference was held in September 2021 in Vladivostok. The XXVI conference was held in Kaliningrad in June 2022. Last two meetings were in Murmansk (2023) and Omsk (summer 2024). Next destination will be Krasnoyarks in 2025.

With support of

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Archive versions of ADIT sites

2002-2013 / by Viktor Stepanov (Museums of Moscow Kremlin)

2014-2020 / Aleksandr Artamonov (