The client, an eBook conversion service provider in Europe required seven titles focused on children’s literature in Dutch language to be converted to Fixed Layout ePub Format with ‘Read Aloud’ Feature. Read More.
The Institute of Austrian and International Tax Law of the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration – in cooperation with other institutions – wanted to digitalise historic documents on tax treaty law which were based in the OEEC/OECD archives in Paris.
These documents available as scanned PDF Image files needed to be double keyed into valid XHTML 1.1 documents according to document type definition provided by W3C (a validation service is available at http://validator.w3.org/). The client wanted guaranteed accuracy rate (of 99.995%) for the double keying of OEEC documents with all characters readable. Read More.
TPB approached us to convert the content from print originals to DAISY specific format applying XML meta tags. Powered by a superior production grade capturing system that includes an advanced OCR engine, and the OCR to XML conversion tool for a comprehensive XML conversion process, SunTec provides high quality paper to XML conversion. Read More.
Digitization (Scanning, Indexing, Metadata) of 100 years of British Birds: the complete multimedia contents fully searchable on DVD-ROM
British History Online (http://www.british-history.ac.uk/) digitizes rare and valuable printed primary and secondary sources of medieval and modern history of British Isles. Like many digitization projects (including Google), the client understood that digitization of manuscripts was not possible using text OCR technique as the typeface and font was not readable by modern OCR machines. Thence a more difficult and strenuous approach was to be adopted for conversion. Read More.
Dedicon has carved out a niche as a leading organization by providing information and literature to produce digital texts for reading or software dyslexia software and hybrid book which combines reading and listening. In addition to this, every year Dedicon distributes about 90,000 publications (on an average) in Braille and 8,500 titles (on an average) in large prints for people with visual / reading impairment. Furthermore, each year Dedicon produces more than 300 different spoken newspaper and magazine titles which are recorded in company’s in house studies spread across Grave, Rijswijk and Amsterdam in Netherlands.. Read More.
A Leading Swedish Publisher needed to improve profitability with steadfast Read Aloud book conversion for its extensive children book repository. The client produced more than 700 highly specialized children book titles every year, written in Swedish language.. Read More.