The Institute of Computer Science of Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (ICS-FORTH), established in 1983, has a long history and an internationally recognized tradition in conducting basic and applied research, developing applications and products and providing services. The research directions of ICS-FORTH take into account the state-of-the-art technologies, the current trends, the research and technological challenges worldwide, as well as the needs of the public and private sector in Greece. ICS-FORTH is a pioneer in the implementation and adoption of Information Society Technologies in Greece and in the efforts made internationally towards an accessible Information Society, accepted by all citizens. In an effort to continuously improve the produced project, ICS-FORTH has certified research activities as well as the products and services provided in accordance with the requirements of the quality management standard ISO 9001:2015, since December 2008.

NovelTech was founded in September 2005 in Heaklion, Crete, and is a member of the Science and Technology Park of Crete (STEPC). Noveltech is also a member of the Hellenic Association of Mobile Application Companies (SEKEE). The company is active in both the private and public sector where it has implemented complex projects throughout Greece. Its clients include companies, municipalities, universities and public bodies. Noveltech is working on the development of a network of partners in Greece and abroad towards enriching the company’s portfolio.

The Historical Museum of Crete (HMC) was founded in 1953, charged with recording, preserving, documenting and promoting all forms of material evidence of Cretan history (artefacts, archive material, etc.). HMC’s activities include designing and holding permanent and temporary exhibitions; running educational programs; organizing scholarly / cultural activities (lectures, film shows); collecting, recording and digitizing archive material. The continuous enrichment of the IMK Collections with new items (objects and archival material) coming from donations, purchases, etc., makes the digital platform of the Invisible Museum as a multiplier of the Museum’s exhibition environment particularly attractive. With this perspective, IMK participates in this program as a partner of Noveltech. The scientific staff of IMK will cooperate with the contributors of the program both in the level of the platform design and in that of the disposal of the necessary material for the implementation of the program from the collections and the archives of the Museum.