CIIM helps National Trust for Scotland deliver ‘Project Reveal’

Matchmaking: when collections met photography. 'Weighed down with laptops, ladders, cameras, tape measures and object labelling equipment,  six inventory teams set off to catalogue and photograph all of the collections displayed and stored in 47 of our visited properties. Project Reveal will last 18 months and cover properties across Scotland, from Broughton House in Kirkcudbright to Hugh Miller’s Birthplace Cottage in Cromarty.'

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CIIM AI Framework launched

In collaboration with the Horniman Museum and Gardens and the Science Museum Group, we have developed an AI framework for our CIIM product. It works with numerous third party AI services, such as Google Vision, and also provides integration with the GATE (General Architecture in Text Engineering) toolkit from Sheffield University.

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Collections Middleware for the British Museum

Following an open invitation to tender to suppliers on the Digital Outcomes framework, part of the UK Government’s Digital Marketplace, we are delighted to have been selected by the British Museum to supply this important component in the redevelopment of the Museum’s online presence.

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Behind the scenes at the Fitzwilliam Museum

The Fitzwilliam Museum are now using their CIIM platform to synchronize their Adlib Collections Management and Portfolio DAMS information, to both simplify their digitization workflow and prevent the need for 'double data entry'

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RAF Stories - the Tiger Cub

RAF Museum re-opening

The RAF Museum London has re-opened after a multi-million pound redevelopment and our CIIM middleware is providing its digital content delivery platform on the web, mobile and in-gallery.

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The National Gallery

We are delighted to have been selected to develop and deliver a Collection Information Data Aggregation Service for the National Gallery, based on our CIIM middleware product.

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City of Lincoln launch ARCADE

ARCADE is a publicly-accessible database that categorises, maps, and describes the rich cultural heritage of the City of Lincoln, showcasing the diversity of the city’s long history from Roman times to the present.  It was built using the Arches open-source data-management platform with hosting, support and customisation provided by Knowledge Integration.

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