Managing Moments in Time - Welcome to the Wired World
The Migration Dilemma Demo - The Migration Dilemma and the compounding volume effect.
KODAK Timeline Demo
Reference Archive System Demo - See how a reference archive system works
Perfect Page Scanning
KODAK Microfilm Demo
Introducing the Scan Station 100
Introducing the i30 and i40 Scanners - The Perfect Match for all kinds of small-office applications.
i800 Demo - It's all about throughput.

Perfect Page Scanning

Introducing the i780 Scanner
Business Solutions: The i780 Scanner
Introducing the i1860 Series - The KODAK i1860 Scanner Offers Speed, Ease of Use and Ergonomic Design Features.
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Data Conversion Services
Steps involved in the digitization process at MIH
  1. Identifying customer needs and the intended use of the digitized records.
  2. Translating customer needs to digitizing objectives by formulating requirement specifications, conducting system analysis, and designing the system for the planned product.
  3. Developing a pilot application of technology for approval and testing. Once the customer approves it, a data source chart for the source material is developed. The source material may include printed forms, images, sounds, and video. The printed format requires maximum processing, as other formats can be easily converted into digital form.
  4. Printing the documents so that their accuracy can be checked manually. These are scanned using special Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software and the historical documents are keyed in. The output is checked manually by proofreaders before being converted to the desired format (ASCII, HTML, PDF, and MS Word).
  5. Scanning the images and recovering old and faded images using advanced digital correction software. The sound and video data is captured through a data capturing software and converted into digital form; the quality of the digital version may be enhanced by filtering through editing software.
  6. Integrating the digitized data into an easily accessible form by incorporating indexes and tables of contents. These are then authored on CD-ROMs or other suitable media depending on the intended use of the data.
  7. Achieving accuracy through a double keying system where every coding entry is made twice and automatically compared with proprietary software. Any discrepancy is rejected and the coding is done afresh for the rejected set of files.