NBS has launched a Uniclass tool aimed at increasing adoption levels of the unified classification structure.
The new tool has been redesigned to support interoperability between software platforms, by providing the user with the ability to see the relationships between classifications and offering a more user-friendly platform with an improved search functionality returning results based on synonyms.
According to NBS, the tool is now more interactive, allowing users to browse Uniclass’ structures through a more accessible format that ensures codes can be found instantly, with the latest and historical tables available for easy download. The site offers an improved visual layout, which has been modernised and adapted to the needs of the user.
Website content has also been updated and refreshed with new articles and users’ case studies to showcase examples of the classification in use, including its use by the specialists at the Palace of Westminster, for which additional codes were created so they could be applied to the historic items inside.
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