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About Us

The idea is to provide to our client, dedicated and personalised workflow, from A to Z, covering every single detail of the digitisation framework, from content selection to digitisation, from indexing and metadata harvesting, to web publishing, sharing and e-commerce web site solutions.
Content Management Systems (CMS) and IPR/watermarking/content licensing modules are also available to be integrated into this framework or to be deployed as stand-alone solution.
The digitisation consulting work can be done in two ways:

1. By providing overall guidelines and recommendations.
2. By providing specific "state-of-the-art" solutions and technologies that have prove to work extremely well together.
The following topics are addressed:

Digital image capture for still images - creation of master files, image parameters, digitization environment, color management, etc. Color encoding accuracy - color space, color temperature for imaging and viewing, quality of linear vs. area arrays, and quality of different interpolation algorithms Digital Image Performance - development of operational metrics and criteria for evaluating digital image characteristics for purposes of investigation or for quality control purposes, including metrics and criteria for resolution, noise, color encoding, misregistration, etc. of multi-bit images Example workflow processes - includes guidelines for image processing, sharpening, etc. Minimum metadata - we have included a discussion of metadata to ensure a minimum complement is collected/created so master image files are renderable, findable, and useable File formats - recommended formats, encodings of master files, etc. Approaches to file naming Basic storage recommendations Quality management - quality assurance and quality control of images and metadata, image inspection, acceptance and rejection, and metrology (ensuring devices used to measure quality or performance are giving accurate and precise readings), among others.Primary considerations: Provide an approach to digitization that is practical today.
Describe technical parameters that promote a "well-defined" imaging environment.
Provide a consistent approach to imaging and metadata collection that will be appropriate for a wide range of outputs and purposes.
Define a common set of quality or performance metrics to be used in describing and evaluating the digital object, as well as methods of validating those measures to defined requirements.
Consideration for the digital file: Maintain the essential features and information of the original file/data.
Represent the best copy produced by a digitizing organization, with best defined as meeting the objectives of a particular project or program.
Represent digital content that the organization intends to maintain and manage for the long term.
Are created primarily for the production of a range of copies used for specific purposes (such as derivatives and duplicates).
Document the image at the time of scanning, not what it may once have looked like if restored to its original condition.