ARCHIVE AND BEYOND

Video of Vatican Library Digital Archiving Project by Vatican Library and NTT DATA

AMLAD

AMLAD is a solution for Museums, Library, public Archives (MLA) and companies to store and archive their images, videos and audio all into one place.
Also allows users for easy search and browsing of their archived data using PC, Tablet, Smart phone and other electronic devices.

For long term preservation and digital asset management to utilize digital contents.

NTT DATA has many experiences in developing large digital archive systems such as National Diet Library of Japan and other organizations. With these experiences and knowhow, we condensed it into our product “AMLAD”. NTT DATA will support customers’ activity to create new information and intellect by providing digital archive system for long term preservation and digital asset management system to utilize generated digital contents.

Contents ・Newspapers / Magazines ・Audio / Videos / Photos ・Business documents ・Cultural assets / Historical heritage ・Websites / SNS → Ingest AMLAD Organize Preserve Provide/API → Utilization ・Online publishing ・Promotion ・Highly immersive experience / VR ・Data analysis Linking other systems

AMLAD FEATURES

AMLAD has many methods enabling to collaborate with other systems.
AMLAD has plenty of interfaces for linking systems, which follows many international standards, such as OAIS for long term storage of digital contents, and International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF).
It also capable for smartphone apps, widening the possibility of utilizing your digital asset.

AMLAD can flexibly manage digital asset upon customer’s request. On administration screen you can edit metadata of registered contents, and set whether to allow printing and downloading the content. AMLAD is capable to adapt to customers workflow. With high flexible and wide range of administrative functions, AMLAD can manage, utilize your digital assets in a secure environment.

Also, AMLAD provides with many administrative functions to control public users’ accessibility of contents. For example, you can connect public users to download contents when they make the request it. If there is a request for multiple download of contents we can provide cart functions. Also we can provide Mypage function for browsing request status, personal request history and download history.

CASE STUDIES

For customers in public sector

AMLAD follows international standards for long term preservation of digital contents. It has multiple search options to find contents of your desire and has optimized viewer to see highly detailed pictures and capable of preserving rare documents. You can easily achieve system linkage with other MLAs by using various interfaces provided by AMLAD, which brings users new enlightenment towards their professional field as a discovery service.

For customers in private sector

AMLAD can be adaptable to your needs with capable of handling and organizing large and variety of data such as contracts, invoices, medical trial data, audio and video files. For example, AMLAD can be used as an effective tool for sharing know-how. To help your employees to have easy access of data such as product manuals, pamphlets and company logos through PC, tablet and smartphone. We are able to help you create new values to your company with mechanism that encourages utilizing scattered contents and information.

Preservation × Utilization × Cooperation Government agency / MLA institutions / Finance / Medical / Telecommunications / Transportation / Manufacture / Logistics / Media / Broadcast

CORPORATE
PROFILE

NTT DATA is your Innovation Partner anywhere around the world. Headquartered in Tokyo, with business operations in more than 40 countries, we put emphasis on long-term commitment and combine global reach and local intimacy to provide premier professional services from consulting, system development to business IT outsourcing.

CONTACT US

For any personnel interested in the AMLAD service, please contact us. Our sales rep will be more than happy to introduce the service.