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National Archives of France
To cope with various major issues, the National Archives of France has chosen SupraScan Quartz A1 HD solution to equip their site. Thanks to this choice, National archives of France reached many benefits: reducing its time process, reaching very high image quality on fragile document with no damage, reducing its reproduction costs, and simplifying the request management process. Read more: National Archives of France Case study ENG
Memorial Museum of Astronautics
SupraScan 2xA0 scanner, developped by i2s DigiBook, installed at the Memorial Museum of Astronautics in Moscow for digiting large paintings. See the TV documentary: click on the image
Bucharest Metropolitan Library
The metropolitan Library uses CopiBook from i2S DigiBook to digitize its collection in order to create a digital library. See TVR2 television coverage: click on the image
Museu Nacional D'Art de Catalunya
Museu Nacional D’Art de Catalunya has chosen SupraScan scanner developed by i2s DigiBook.
University of Barcelona
University of Barcelona has chosen i2s DigiBook + Kirtas solutions (CopiBook range and Kabis III) for their future digitizing projects.
Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Düsseldorf
Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Düsseldorf has chosen i2s scanning solutions for digiting old and fragile bound documents, and also for document delivery service.
Münster University has chosen i2s scanning solutions for their divers digitizing projects like for old and fragile bound documents, and also for document delivery service. Also, they offer a self-service scanning solutions for all students.
State archive of Munich has choosen i2s CopiBook Onyx book scanners for all their digitizing projects.
University Library of Honolulu, Hawaï
University Library of Honolulu chooses SupraScan Quartz A1 scanner developed by i2S DigiBook
National Archives of Czech Republic
National Archives of Czech Republic choses SupraScan Quartz A1 scanner developed by i2s DigiBook