In the fall of 2014, the Library of Congress solicited bids for a new BIBFRAME Search and Display system. Aaron Schmidt of Influx Library User Interface Design and Jeremy Nelson successful proposal is BIBCAT - BIBFRAME Catalog
Screen-shot of BIBCAT's first iteration
the basis for open-source the BIBFRAME Catalog (shortened to BIBCAT) and a backend BIBFRAME Datastore that extends the Semantic Server REST API to communicate wth Fedora 4 as a linked-data platform, a Elasticsearch for search, and Blazegraph as a SPARQL endpoint.

Current BIBCAT Iteration

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