Clients and Case Studies

Some of the clients who use our digital asset management software for a wide variety of uses - ranging from local councils and universities to commercial video libraries

London Metropolitan Archives

iBase software powers COLLAGE - one of the largest and most heavily-used local authority media databases, containing over 250,000 images and videos collected into virtual exhibitions and made available for sale online.

NHNZ Moving Images

This award-winning film production company uses iBase to manage and sell more than 200,000 items of high quality natural world video footage in its offices in the USA, New Zealand, Singapore, Australia and South Africa.


Mercedes Benz Club

Mercedes Benz Club use iBase to manage their large archive of historic images and documents, and make them available online to view and purchase.

Tate Britain

In 1998 Tate engaged iBase Media Services to work with them on a major project to digitise the Tate collection, and they have been working together since.


Science Museum Group (SMG)

The Science Museum Group uses iBase to manage their extensive collection of digitised records, including image, video and audio files.

Minnesota Public Radio

Minnesota Public Radio use iBase digital asset management software hosted in the cloud to hold many terabytes of image files and associated metadata.


World Rugby

World Rugby's marketing department use iBase to manage the upload and distribution of its digital image and video files. Photographers can upload instantly from live events and media partners can quickly find and download what they're looking for.

Edinburgh City Libraries

The Capital Collections online library offers a large range of images relating to Edinburgh and its rich history. Users can search for images using a variety of interactive techniques and, once found prints or digital files can be ordered and paid for online.


City of London

As well as for the London Metropolitan Archive (COLLAGE), an iBase digital asset management system is used by the City of London for two major departments - Open Spaces and The Built Environment.

N2it Marketing Solutions

N2it Marketing Solutions use an iBase digital asset management system for managing the digital assets of their customers and suppliers.


San Diego State University

Posters, newspapers, photographs and other resources from the university's library have been digitised and uploaded to iBase so that anyone from around the world can browse the history of SDSU.

Red Rose Collections

The Lancashire Red Rose Collections brings together a number of historic collections held at the Lancashire Archives, including photographs, postcards and local newspapers, all of which can be browsed online.


Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute

The WHOI digital asset management system contains more than 300,000 image and video files uploaded from around the world's oceans via satellite link and made available to staff in its various centers.

Aberdeen City Libraries

Many thousands of historic photos are stored using iBase's online picture library software, all of which can be explored easily by users across the world using the location, category and keyword searches, as well as browsing the specialist collections.


Museum of East Asian Art

iBase is used extensively by the MEAA to manage the digital collections of the only UK museum solely dedicated to the arts and cultures of East and South East Asia.

National Museums Wales

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


Ocean Networks Canada

Ocean Networks Canada, a major initiative of the University of Victoria, use iBase digital asset management for assets associated with their world-leading ocean observatories.

The Paul Mellon Centre

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 – an up-to-date and freely accessible record of the works of Richard Wilson.


Architectural Association

The UK's oldest school of architecture created an image library for internal and public access which houses photographs from a wide range of photographers from the 1920's until the present date.

Bradford Museums and Galleries

Bradford's fascinating history is displayed using an online photographic archive made up of smaller collections which can be viewed online, as well as offering users the option to purchase prints or digital versions.


Fichtner Engineers

Detailed technical information on all aspects of engineering projects are managed by iBase. After uploading, document files can be viewed via any web browser using the iBase document viewer, which is fast and works on any device.

Dumfries and Galloway Council

Many images have been digitised and are now securely stored in their online picture library. Postcards, glass negatives, transparencies, engravings relating to the region are all held.


Leicestershire County Council

From the collections of Leicestershire County Council’s Museums, Libraries and Archives you can discover the cultural life of Leicestershire though a wonderful selection of photographs, paintings and objects.

IHS Fairplay

The maritime professionals now store all of their images of ships and associated metadata in a central location using iBase - this means they can control the distribution of them to a variety of other applications run by themselves and their partners.


Kaz Europe Sàrl

Kaz use iBase digital asset management software to store and distribute technical and marketing PDFs, images and associated metadata for all of their products.

National Gallery of Ireland

NGI DORAS is a database developed by iBase to provide instant access to material from the National Gallery of Ireland's archives and library collections by offering the user high quality images, associated information and multiple retrieval options.


University College Dublin

Every year, UCD hold their "Images of Research" competition, where entrants can upload images relating to research which they are undertaking at the university. The winner is chosen by a panel of judges and featured in their annual calendar.

Scott Dunn

This award winning luxury tour operator uses iBase digital asset management to manage images of holiday destinations from all around the world and keep track of licencing and usage requirements.


Royal Horticultural Society

The Royal Horticultural Society are one of iBase's longest established clients, and use iBase systems for the internal management and distribution of their high resolution images.

University of Westminster

The University of Westminster is a public research university in London. University system administrators needed to upload images both for internal staff and for public use - using iBase software allows them to do this quickly and easily.


Cocio

Cocio employ a locally hosted iBase DAM system for management of their brand assets, enabling internal departments and external agencies to access material as needed.

Glasgow City Council

The Mitchell Library is one of the largest public reference libraries in Europe and to make their collection more accessible they chose iBase image library software to power their online photographic archive.


Sir Thomas Lipton Glasgow

Sir Thomas Lipton, the great tea merchant and entrepreneur, is one of Glasgow's most famous sons. This private collection of photographs, newspaper cuttings and memorabilia has been digitised and made available to the public via iBase DAM software.

Wellington Loop

Wellington Loop - a learning community of secondary schools connected by high speed fibre optic cable - chose iBase as part of their systems enabling collaboration between educational users.


Manchester Metropolitan University

The MMU use iBase for their public collections of items from the archives, including artists' books, book designs, and assets from the Manchester School of Art and the Schmoller Collections of decorated papers.

AB Mauri

Specialists in innovating and creating world class baking technology, they needed a single central location where 1000's of customer or staff users across the globe could access any type of product information using just a web browser.


Rhondda Cynon Taf County Council

Over 20,000 pictures are included in this digital image archive powered by iBase's online library software, including a number of donated collections of early photographs.

Shetland Museum and Archives

Nearly 80,000 pictures of Shetland life going back over 100 years are managed by iBase DAM software at this photographic archive site, which generates lively discussion about the scenes and people portrayed.


Arnotts Press Library

Ireland's favourite department store uploads images of all products into their photo library software. iBase's security model allows them to provide individual users with access to small albums of chosen pictures quickly and easily using their web browser.

Liberty of London

Their locally hosted iBase DAM system provides for the storage, searching and internal distribution of Liberty's extensive archive of digital assets.


GALVmed

GALVmed use an iBase DAM linked to assets stored on a NAS drive in one of their offices, and enable remote users to access the database via the internet.

Heriot-Watt University

Heriot-Watt University use both an internal and a public interface with their iBase system, each of which provides access to only those records which have appropriate permissions set by the system manager.


Henry Moore Foundation

The Henry Moore Foundation have an internal iBase system to maintain their digitised collection of Henry Moore’s own prints and transparencies, as well as material from many other accomplished photographers.

Brecon Beacons National Park

iBase image library software is used internally by the Brecon Beacons National Park authority, importing EXIF and IPTC metadata, including GPS tags which enables map searching.


The Lowry

The Lowry use an iBase DAM system for the management of their large collection of digitized images, and for making them available and searchable internally.

St Albans Museums

St Albans Museums Service use an iBase digital asset management system for the control and internal distribution of their extensive collection of digital assets..


Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways

The F&WHR have a large collection of historic heritage railway images, which they are digitising and making available to the public on their iBase image library system.

William Anglis Institute

William Angliss Institute - Australia’s largest specialist centre for foods, tourism, hospitality and events training - use iBase digital assets management software for their marketing department and internal customers.