The Art Publishing System APS 2.0 is a software for managing, publishing and cross-link digital archives. The program is meant primarily for museums, libraries and publicly accessible archives. The software is very flexible with regard to the type of content and can be used with text, images, audio and video. The archive’s size is virtually irrelevant, which means that APS can handle even very extensive archive projects.
APS lies at the core of a number of very reputable and publicly accessible archive projects. These include for example the German Center of Documentation of History of Art (Deutsches Dokumentationszentrum für Kunstgeschichte) with roughly 2 million images (www.bildindex.de) and the media collection of SLUB (Sächsische Landesbibliothek – Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek) in Dresden, which hosts among other items 33,000 videos on the rebuilding of the Dresden.
Learn more about APS on our website www.aps-info.de