The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art has used iBase digital asset management software to manage the data and images for their first online publication – the Richard Wilson Online catalogue which has been designed to provide an up-to-date and freely accessible record of the works of Richard Wilson.
The versatility and flexibility of the iBase metadata schema has enabled linking between objects to show their real relationships.
Digital assets could represent your commercial picture library, art collection, video repository, public interest archive, or anything else where content has been digitised.View case study
St Albans Museums Service uses an iBase digital asset management system for the control and internal distribution of their extensive collection of heritage digital assets, as well as a publicly-accessible terminal.View case study
Using iBase's very flexible security model, the university have been able to create exactly the access permissions for their image library they need for a wide range of departments and roles, with automatic logging in for users on the internal network.View case study