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15/08/2011: Hackney Museum's CollectionsOnline website has been launched.
28/07/2010: System Simulation is 40 years old today.
05/07/2010: The Hackney Museum has taken up MuseumIndex+ for managing its collection.
28/06/2010: The History of the World defined in 100 objects and they're all catalogued using System Simulation software!
25/06/2010: System Simulation gets involved with helping museums to create 3-D models of their objects for preservation and presentation
22/06/2010: System Simulation have been working with the Lansdown Centre for Electronic Arts doing research into ways to bring alive historical patterns in museum collections via interactive timelines.
14/06/2010: Culture 24 wins 2010 "Best of the Web" Long Lived Site award in USA
14/06/2010: Culture 24 listed in the Guardian's best sites of 2009
16/04/2009: MuseumIndex+ has been granted SPECTRUM compliance by the Collections Trust.
15/12/2008: London Transport Museum's IMS was built on the Index+ museum collection management system, MUSIMS. MuseumIndex+, the next generation of MUSIMS is out now, available as an upgrade or new installation.
07/11/2008: We have won a number of media and technology awards for innovative and powerful systems delivered to our customers, including 'Best of the Web' and the 'New Statesman New Media Award for Education'.
03/11/2008: System Simulation, one of the longest established software engineering companies in the UK digital sector, moved office at the end of September to Burleigh House in Tavistock Street, very close to the London Transport Museum.
08/10/2008: SOAPIX (the Index+ SOAP server) has just been taken up by the British Museum.
07/09/2006: Press release 7th September 2006
We regularly attend cultural heritage and technology shows around London and the UK. Find out where you can come and chat with us next.
Announcement of the new procedure workflow system
A team of developers from System Simulation and the Dublin Institute of Technology win UK Hack4Europe with The Casual Creator