What is INDIGO?

INDIGO is a hybrid repository platform designed to simplify development of digital records, collection management, aggregation, dissemination, online search and retrieval of digital content, based on semantic technologies. It delivers a flexible and highly customizable solution for managing digital resources of any type.

What it is used for?

INDIGO serves archives, libraries, museums, academic and governmental institutions that need functionalities for data ingestion, aggregation repository content, indexing, cataloging, searching and retrieving information. Catalogers, curators, archivists or documentalists use INDIGO for dissemination of relevant content when publishing records, files and collections. Authorized or public access is available according to the institutional copyright policy.

How does it work?

INDIGO is available either as a fully hosted SaaS digital platform solution in a dedicated cloud or as an onsite solution, installed on local server. Our data migration experts will move your data from old database system, perform deduplication, normalization and semantic enrichment to get the most out of your company’s data.


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In the past ten years we successfully implemented more than hundred digitization projects. We can help you define your needs with our expert team when planing migration, digitization, data ingestion, aggregation, customization, training and support. You can get turnkey solution for your digital infrastructure.

INDIGO supports heterogeneous data types and thus, you can upload and search text, image, audio, video, 3D materials of any type or format, including adaptation to new ones as they emerge.

INDIGO enables a description of your objects according to international standards and protocols such as: MARC21, UNIMARC for libraries, ISAD(G), EAD for archives and CIDOC-CRM, LIDO for museums. Dynamically extensible metadata model enables us to setting up metadata standard according to the client need.

Library catalogues use Z39.50 protocol for data exchange. INDIGO has an interface tweaked for any catalogues to which you would have access. Configuration is easy and fast.
OAI-PMH protocol is default communication and export module in INDIGO and is also on disposition for any third party system that supports standardized data harvesting and data exchange.

INDIGO provides an object search against catalogued descriptive metadata fields and object’s full text. Result list supports functionality such as relevance ranking, or personal ranking by any selected entity, as well as a powerful content discovery tool. The module uses facets for easier rendering of the material, showing semantic related items to the users.

INDIGO platform embeds modules for metadata preparation and aggregation for EUROPEANA and GETTY. For any third-party aggregation system, we can prepare data according to the required metadata scheme.

All you need is an internet access. INDIGO is available as a web application and can be licensed as SaaS in a cloud or installed on local server.

Some examples of INDIGO implementations and virtual exhibitions?

Have a look at projects with some of our associate institutions:

 National and university library in Zagreb,

Croatian Academy of Science and Arts,

Zagreb city libraries,

Museum of arts and crafts,

Institute of ethnology and folklore research,

University of Zadar

virtual exhibitions: Picasso, Laforest, Luther, World War One, Kali

and many more on our reference list.

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