Internet of things devices are used to collect data from the physical world, and to present the results in a way well usable to the end user. Therefore, an accurate choice of the most appropriate technology for storing data collected from the network is relevant. In this paper we focus the attention on the selection of the best database management system for cultural heritage applications, in particular referring to the use case of light monitoring at the Scrovegni Chapel (Padua, Italy), to emphasize the Giotto's frescoes. For doing so, SQL and NoSQL solutions are compared, and the obtained results are used to find the best solution for this application. Moreover these results can be used as a practical reference for the more appropriate selection of the right database for real use cases.
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