Investigation of Strategies to Improve the Quality of International Exhibitions with Smart Technology Approach


  • Maryam Bagheri
  • Abbasali Tayefi Nasrabadi
  • Atefeh Dehghan Touran Poshti



Exhibition, Intelligent buildings, Good physical conditions, Visitors.


The study seeks to do a pathological process for Tehran exhibition spaces and provide a solution for responsive space design to meet the needs of international exhibition by looking at the phenomenon of smart building. In this study, after examining the problems associated with existing and potential obstacles, it has been tried to design an appropriate space by using smart technology through explaining the available criteria and standards for exhibition space and also reviewing and analyzing successful examples of internal and external contexts and putting together the important indicators in an suitable and at the same time an economic attractive and ideal environment for users and comparison with the current situations and defects, which seems that besides preserving and conserving energy at high-traffic public places, provides a good physical condition for visitors.

Localization and solving defects and possible barriers to hold exhibitions in order to attract more domestic and foreign audiences and promoting areas of mass communication are other objectives of this research. In order to perform the various stages of the thesis, we firstly describe, analyze and understand the current situation and then determine an outlook of ideal conditions and finally employ the result to design the space according to the exhibition space standards based on smart technology. 


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How to Cite

Bagheri, M., Nasrabadi, A. T., & Poshti, A. D. T. (2017). Investigation of Strategies to Improve the Quality of International Exhibitions with Smart Technology Approach. Journal of History Culture and Art Research, 6(3), 848-863.