Case study

Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales

Heritage and art picture library

The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales (RCAHMW) offers a range of services to individuals, groups and organisations interested in the archaeology and built heritage of Wales.

The RCAHMW Digital Online Archive uses the iBase Digital Asset Management system.

iBase Digital Asset Management features include:

  • Stored metadata is automatically indexed for quick and accurate searching. iBase supports fuzzy searching, auto-complete, advanced field search, geolocation searching, saved searches and more.
  • Any number of metadata fields can be associated with your uploaded files, including text, number, dropdown, date or currency fields. Data can be edited on a per-file basis or in batches for bulk updates. In addition, hierarchical keywords can be associated with files for structured searching.
  • Collaborate with colleagues on projects or share files with external users whilst keeping your collection secure. iBase also makes it easy to post files and metadata to popular social sites.
  • A comprehensive range of training services can be provided online - there is no software to install, just click the link that we send to you and talk to us on a conference call.
  • Online training is especially useful for administrators' refresher sessions, and for helping new staff to be up and running quickly and easily.

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National Museum Wales

Digital asset preservation and management

Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales, use an iBase DAM system to manage and distribute internally their extensive collection of digital assets.

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