WizyVision's Digital Asset Center (DAC) employs a hierarchical structure to manage and organize digital assets efficiently. This structure revolves around three main elements: Domains, Categories, and Tags. This article aims to help you understand these elements and how they interact within the DAC.
Domains act as the top-level folders in the DAC. They group related categories together and form the main entry point for users to explore digital assets. A domain could correspond to a specific department, project, or any other logical division within your organization.
Within each Domain, we have Categories. Categories are the second tier in the DAC hierarchy and provide an additional layer of organization within a domain. They group related tags together under a common theme or type, making it easier for users to navigate and find specific assets. Categories could correspond to specific tasks, asset types, or any other useful subgroup within a domain.
Tags are the most granular level in the DAC hierarchy. They are directly associated with individual digital assets, such as images or documents. Tags are used to label assets with descriptive and searchable keywords, enabling users to quickly find and group assets based on specific criteria. Tags can be added manually by users or automatically through AI-powered object detection models.
How It All Works Together
The real power of the DAC hierarchy lies in its flexibility and interconnectedness. Assets can carry multiple tags, making them appear under multiple categories within a domain.
Let's look at examples of Domains, Categories, and Tags for each of these industries:
Domain Category Tags Production Line Raw Materials Iron, Copper, Steel Finished Goods Product X, Product Y, Product Z Machinery Conveyor, Robot Arm, 3D Printer Quality Control Scratch, Dent, Discoloration R&D Prototypes Materials Testing Tensile Test, Aluminum, Polymer Prototype Models Version 1.0, Version 2.0 Design Sketches Sketch A, Sketch B, Sketch C
Domain Category Tags Store Inventory Electronics Laptop, Smartphone, Samsung Groceries Milk, Bread, Eggs Clothing Men's, Women's, Children's Sales Promotions Black Friday, Summer Sale, Clearance Store Layouts Shelving Aisle 1, Aisle 2, Aisle 3 Displays Coca Cola Display, Electronics Section Signage Sales Sign, Exit Sign, Restroom Sign
Domain Category Tags Warehouse Operations Incoming Shipments Shipment 001, Supplier A Outgoing Shipments Shipment 102, Customer B Inventory Product X, Product Y, Product Z Equipment Forklift, Pallet Jack, Conveyor Belt Fleet Management Vehicles Truck 001, Van 001, Forklift 001 Maintenance Records Oil Change, Tire Replacement Route Maps Route A, Route B, Route C
Domain Category Tags Office IT Assets Laptops Dell, MacBook Pro, ThinkPad Desktops iMac, Dell Inspiron, HP Pavilion Servers Dell PowerEdge, HP ProLiant Network Equipment Router, Switch, Firewall Software Licenses Operating Systems Windows 10, macOS, Linux Productivity Software Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite Security Software Norton, McAfee, Bitdefender
This hierarchical structure enables efficient asset management and retrieval, ensuring that all users, whether in the field or in the office, can easily locate the digital assets they need.
By understanding the roles of Domains, Categories, and Tags in the DAC, you can better leverage WizyVision's capabilities to organize and manage your digital assets effectively.