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Digital Conversion of Books

  1. 1. Presentation on Digitization of Books Partho Nandy DPS Micrographics Private Limited Saturday, 29 September 2012 © 2012 by DPS Micrographics Private Limited. All rights reserved 1
  2. 2. What is Digitization?● Conversion of data from analog to digital form Documents Images Objects © 2012 by DPS Micrographics Private Limited. All rights reserved 2
  3. 3. Why Digitize? Facilitate Reduce Minimize Eliminate Information Disaster Better Access Handling Storage Cost Manual Search Security Recovery Customer ServicesImprove access Prevent Reduce Increase Control & Recover from Quicker & to information further expenses in Employee Secure effects of more accurate damage to storage eficiencies Information natural access to fragile objects facilities disasters information means Satisfied Customers © 2012 by DPS Micrographics Private Limited. All rights reserved 3
  4. 4. Digitization Process Deskewing, Cropping, Curvature Correction, Correcting levels and splitting pages Identify & Scan Raw Image Edited Image Image ProcessingPrepare Books for Digitization Archived Raw Images Content Management System © 2012 by DPS Micrographics Private Limited. All rights reserved 4
  5. 5. Process WorkflowSite preparation & Receive material Document preparation Scanning of material infrastructure from stack area including Datasheet deployment preparation by scholars Preliminary Quality Checking Upload to Content Preparation of Re-scan/Image Management System Deliverables enhancement/Meta- data entry/Final QC © 2012 by DPS Micrographics Private Limited. All rights reserved 5
  6. 6. Image CaptureThe nature of the Books will determine the scanning device to be used: Flatbed/ADF Scanners for books whose binding can be opened Faceup/Non-Contact Scanners for bound volumes & fragilebooks Wideformat Scanners for Maps/Drawings/large sized documents © 2012 by DPS Micrographics Private Limited. All rights reserved 6
  7. 7. Face-up/Book ScannersKonica-Minolta PS5000C Book Scanner Type Table top, Digital Face-up Scanner Scanning Type Color/Grayscale/Lineart Max. Scan Area 11” x 17” Document Type Book, Sheet, 3-D object Scan Speed Approx. 5.8 seconds per page (11” x 17”, 300 dpi, color) Scan Resolution 200, 240, 300, 400, 600 dpi (selectable) Bit Depth 24-bit color, 8-bit grayscale, 1-bit monochrome Exposure Automatic and/or Manual Control Image Sensor Area-type CCD sensor Auto Book Curved text line correction, Text Correction compression correction Optional Adjustable Book Cradle, Foot Switch, Manual Accesories Switch © 2012 by DPS Micrographics Private Limited. All rights reserved 7
  8. 8. Face-up/Book Scanners Zeutschel Zeta Book Scanner Type Desktop book scanner for face-up originals Scanning Type Color/Grayscale/Lineart Max. Scan Area 480mm x 360mm Document Type Book, Sheet, 3-D object Scan Speed Approx. 3 secs Scan Resolution 300 dpi standard (600 dpi optional) Bit Depth 24-bit Color, 8-bit Grayscale, 1-bit Black and White Exposure Control Automatic and/or Manual Auto Book Curved text line correction, Text Correction compression correction Embedded Windows 7 based embedded system PC system PC© 2012 by DPS Micrographics Private Limited. All rights reserved 8
  9. 9. Face-up/Book Scanners Zeutschel OS15000 Book Scanner Type Desktop book scanner for face-up originals Scanning Type Color/Grayscale/Lineart Max. Scan Area 460mm x 360mm Document Type Book, Sheet, 3-D object Scan Speed Approx. 3 secs Scan Resolution 300 dpi standard (600 dpi optional) Bit Depth 24-bit Color, 8-bit Grayscale, 1-bit Black and White Exposure Control Automatic and/or Manual Auto Book Curved text line correction, Text Correction compression correction Optional Glass Plate Accesories© 2012 by DPS Micrographics Private Limited. All rights reserved 9
  10. 10. Face-up/Book ScannersKonica-Minolta PS7000C Book Scanner Type Desktop book scanner for face-up originals Scanning Type Color/Grayscale/Lineart Max. Scan Area 18” x 24” Document Type Book, Sheet, 3-D object Scan Speed 7 seconds or less (Mode: Sheet, 17 22 L, Color, 300 dpi) Scan Resolution 200, 240, 300, 400, 600 dpi (selectable) Bit Depth 24-bit color, 8-bit grayscale, 1-bit monochrome Exposure Automatic and/or Manual Control Image Sensor Area-type CCD sensor Auto Book Curved text line correction, Text Correction compression correction Optional Adjustable Book Cradle, Foot Switch, Manual Accesories Switch © 2012 by DPS Micrographics Private Limited. All rights reserved 10
  11. 11. Standards & Benchmarks● Text/Illustrations are usually scanned at 300 dpi or higher resolution● Scan mode will depend upon the content  Pages with text only are scanned in bitonal (1 bit)  Pages with illustration in black & white are scanned in grayscale (8 bit)  Pages with illustration in color are scanned in color (24 bit)● Pages with illustration in color are scanned in color (24 bit) © 2012 by DPS Micrographics Private Limited. All rights reserved 11
  12. 12. Digital Content Management Content Retrieval • Batch upload of Books • Content Search • Edit Metadata • Metadata Search • Multiple File Types • Filter View Content Management System AdministrationUser Experience • Security Permissions• Ease of use • Customization• LAN/WAN/Internet Access • User Setup• Intuitive User Interface • Data Integrity • Scalability • Management of IP rights © 2012 by DPS Micrographics Private Limited. All rights reserved 12
  13. 13. How can we help?● Consultancy – Study your requirement & recommend a Solution● Supply Hardware & Software● User Training & Handholding● Backlog conversion © 2012 by DPS Micrographics Private Limited. All rights reserved 13
  14. 14. DPS Micrographics Private Limited 216/3A Acharya J C Bose Road, Kolkata 700 017, IndiaTel: +91 33 2287 8887 / 2287 8393 / 3296 7016 Fax: +91 33 2287 4717 email: corporate@dpsmicro.com http://www.dpsmicro.com © 2012 by DPS Micrographics Private Limited. All rights reserved 14
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