One of the most advanced digital libraries of the world
National Library of Norway not only has truly impressive collection of digitizing equipment for all sorts of printed and electronic media. They are also one of the biggest digital libraries in the world with tens of millions of digital items. They have chosen to use MediaINFO Viewer product as their choice of presenting digitized newspapers online. Implementation allows them to link their existing technologies with our MediaINFO viewer to bring user experience to the next level with latest cutting-edge technology.
Swiss automated scanners and digitization services
4DigitalBooks is one of the leading manufacturers of scanning equipment, including fully automated page-turning robotic scanners. Not only they produce this amazing scanning technology, but are also extremely successful and important scanning bureau serving clients worldwide. Their vast experience and contributions to MediaINFO system has made 4DigitalBooks ASSY s.a. one of the most important partners of Geneza. MediaINFO was selected as their technology of choice for serving presentational layer to their clients. Initially, 32 servers were dedicated to running MediaINFO workflow solution for serving their clients with number of different customized setups.
Their digitization center is result of private-public partnership with National Library of Slovenia. Situated in library itself, they are a leading digitization center for bound material in the region. MediaINFO was selected as a platform for processing and serving over 5 million articles online. Old METS/ALTO processing method was substituted by our complete automatic workflow. Existing METS structures were seamlessly integrated into MediaINFO presentational system. Setup includes billing module for copyrighted material.
MediaINFO G3 generation was unveiled to the public for the first time. Besides innovative new approach for displaying content, visitors could see the demonstration of full workflow from scanning process to fully automatic processing and web presentation. New, easier and much more accessible solution was welcomed as an alternative to existing solutions for libraries and publishing industry.