3 results for year: 2010


National Archives of Norway Hits 13m Record Mark

National Archives of Norway Hits 13m Record Mark Norway, EU - September 15, 2010 Kodak says that the National Archives of Norway has scanned around 13 million microfilm images as part of an innovative project to digitise a considerable part of its holdings and make all information contained on microfilm readily available to the public via the Internet. Three NextScan Eclipse 300 Rollfilm production level scanners, exclusively distributed and supported by Kodak in EMEA[1], are being used to digitise microfilm information stored in the archive, with one Kodak i1860 high volume scanner purchased to scan paper records. The equipment was supplied by ...

Why You Want to Buy From nextScan…From the Desk of the President

Why You Want to Buy From nextScan...From the Desk of the President Boise, ID - July 15, 2010 Introduction When you are about to make a large investment into a product from a company or a technology that you may not know much about, you feel nervous about making the right decision, and want to be sure to do your homework. This document is intended to help you feel more comfortable with the decision to choose nextScan for your rollfilm and microfiche scanning solutions, by giving you some insight into what drives nextScan and providing a general overview of its hardware, software and component innovations. nextScan founder Mr. Kurt Breish has ...

Technology in Action – LDS Church’s Granite Mountain Vault Open for Virtual Tour

Technology in Action - LDS Church's Granite Mountain Vault Open for Virtual Tour Salt Lake City, UT - April 28, 2010 The LDS Church is opening its storied vault --albeit in a virtual kind of way. Kicking off the national Family History Conference at the Salt Palace Convention Center was Wednesday morning's virtual video tour of the Granite Mountain Records Vault, the seldom-seen site of records preservation and storage for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Granite Mountain is home to some 35 billion images of genealogical information, contained mostly on 2.4 million rolls of microfilm, said Jay L. Verkler, managing director of the ...