Imaging Innovation An IDI Newsletter November 2018

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November 2018  
 
Innovative News 
In October IDI completed two on location digitization projects for publishing companies. One at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, consisting of 210,000 images of fragile wartime personal accounts. The second project was also on location at the University of Michigan and Michigan State University. This was a collection on the history of food and drink held over 125,000 images IDI digitized from books, both bound and loose, manuscript, foldouts as well as 3D object photography.
 
IDI in October also completed a 312,000 image project for Princeton University which included a Women’s World Banking Collection, the John Dulles Papers, and the James Forrestal Papers.
 
The October 17th IDI seminar which featured an excellent presentation by Laura Hortz Stanton from the Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts was a hit. The lucky winner of a brand new laptop computer was Jill Stafford of the Matawan Aberdeen Public Library. (pictured above) Thank you to everyone that attended.
 
IDI’s Connecticut facility now has the capability to produce the highest quality possible microfilm and microfiche from digital images at very competitive prices. Check out our new operation at: ebeamfilm.com.
 
The New Jersey State library has listed in one location all of IDI’s NJ DigiFind-It local history web portals at:   libguides.njstatelib.org/digitized-newspapers. This site lists newspapers by county and town and indicates which are available only in the library and which ones are available online for open access.
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Recently IDI and Digital Memory Media acquired brand new 2K resolution film scanners for 8MM and 16MM movie reels. All movie reels will now be converted at a higher quality level than HD. Get your personal memories or commercial archives to us soon as the holiday rush has already begun. The perfect gift for the holidays is digitizing a lifetime of memories.
visit us at www.dmmem.com
Wishing everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving!
Thank you for your business.
 
Warm Regards,
Marty

 

Innovative Document Imaging
Imaging Innovation An IDI Newsletter November 2018 2018-11-05T19:49:23+00:00

Imaging Innovations – IDI Newsletter October 2018

Imaging Innovations

An IDI Newsletter

 

October 2018  
 
Innovative News
For our Oct 17 seminar you still have time to call in your reservation. The session will feature Laura Hortz Stanton from the Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts presentation on digital imaging and conservation, a tour of the IDI world class imaging facility, lunch, a drawing for a laptop PC and 2 – $250 conversion services gift certificates. Don’t Miss Out!!
In October IDI will be starting 2 large high profile UK institute scanning projects -one that will be 1.5 million images of books and another for 3.5 million images of books, documents, negatives, slides, and maps.
IDI has written a workflow process for an 8 million image OCR project for a research company.  We have 7 high speed servers to accommodate large volume OCR projects. Our Connecticut facility continues to grow and we offer large capability for microfilm and microfiche duplication services.
The holiday season is nearing and our Digital Memory conversion service orders for slides, VHS cassettes, 8mm and 16mm film is starting to get busy. Please get your orders in so we can complete all orders by Thanksgiving and Christmas.
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visit us at www.dmmem.com
Thank you for your business.
 
Warm Regards,
Marty
Innovative Document Imaging
Imaging Innovations – IDI Newsletter October 2018 2018-10-02T13:58:07+00:00

Imaging Innovations An IDI Newsletter, September 2018

September 2018  
 
Innovative News
 
September is here footballs are in the air and IDI is off to sunny California once again for a 3 month imaging project for a University library. We are also starting 2 New York City archive book and newspaper projects and a book scanning project which includes content from a New Jersey State University.
Two learning centers have been dedicated in Myron Tannenbaum’s name in India. Myron Tannenbaum was a founding member of Innovative Document Imaging who was awarded 10 Health Care Patents for medical research. The Schools are both situated in the western part of India in the State of Gujarat. One of the learning centers is in the tribal village of Muvaliya and the other tribal village is situated in Jhalod. The learning centers help educate children of migrant laborers and very poor tribal families.
IDI has set up 2 new Digi-Find-it web portals one for the NYU City Record papers and one for the Secaucus Public Library Home News newspapers and photos.
Be sure to call early for reservations for the IDI October 17th Seminar at our East Brunswick NJ Headquarters. The session will feature a tour of our facility Lunch and drawings as well as a special guest speaker from the Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts. Visit them here: https://ccaha.org/.
Conservation is the preservation, repair, and prevention of deterioration of archaeological, historical, and cultural artifacts and is vital for libraries and archives alike. We look forward to seeing you at IDI October 17th.
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We want to thank all the libraries that have partnered with IDI on the Digital Memory Fund raising programs the last 6 years. We have enjoyed doing the sessions and I hope the funds raised were beneficial. In 2018 we will be scheduling only a few designated library sessions as I believe a 1 year program hiatus will result in an increase in fund revenues in 2019.
Thank you for your business.
 
Warm Regards,
Marty
Innovative Document Imaging
Imaging Innovations An IDI Newsletter, September 2018 2018-09-06T15:25:30+00:00

Imaging Innovations from IDI, July 2018

July 2018

I want to thank you all who stopped by to visit our booth at the NJLA show in Atlantic City.  We received very positive feedback on IDI’s out of copyright content, Open Source NJ Historical Portal and we will be visiting libraries starting in July to show how it can be made accessible.

 

American Bible Society will have new attraction that will make its home on Independence Mall in Philadelphia. Projected to open in 2020, the Faith & Liberty Discovery Center will invite people from all backgrounds to embark on an immersive experience to learn about the Bible’s influence on American history and culture.

 

The goal, according to American Bible Society President and CEO Roy Peterson, is to ignite curiosity and encourage visitors to explore questions such as, “How did the Bible influence the people who shaped our nation”.

 

IDI has digitized millions of documents for the American Bible and we sponsored a Table at the Faith and Football Event Jan 11th in Philadelphia. At the event Shane Simon IDI’s Digi-Find-it Manager (pictured above) enjoyed a meet and greet photo session with the personable winning Super bowl Head Coach Doug Pederson.

 

In June we opened a new 8,000 square foot facility in Connecticut. We received a large contract from a well known publisher for digital microfilm preservation scanning as well as duplicating.  The facility will expedite growth in the New England region for both IDI’s scanning and Digital Memory Media Services.

 

Be sure to call early for reservations for the IDI October 17th Seminar at our East Brunswick, NJ Headquarters which will feature a special guest from the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts. The session will feature a tour of our facility, lunch and drawings for prizes.

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Visit us at www.dmmem.com

Thank you for your business.

Warm Regards,

Marty

Martin Tannenbaum

Innovative Document Imaging

Imaging Innovations from IDI, July 2018 2018-07-10T19:02:40+00:00

Imaging Innovations from IDI, May2018

May 2018

Innovative News

In May IDI began scanning accounts payable records for a large construction company which includes remotely uploading images and keyed metadata into their Accounting System. Each week IDI picks up active accounts and payable records for conversion. IDI also picked up 100 boxes of high profile historical content from a prestigious East Coast University. A NJ private high school contracted IDI to digitize student records, yearbooks and other historical content as well as IDI’s Docubase Cloud record management system for the student records. They will be utilizing IDI’s Digi-Find-It portal for searching the schools historical content as well.

In our 18 year history, IDI has scanned over a million pages of yearbooks and next week we will begin digitizing yearbooks for the East Orange Library. We have started on an 800,000 paper scanning project for a major NYC Union.

IDI will be exhibiting during the NJLA conference in Atlantic City May 31-Jun 1 and we will be demonstrating a new Digi-Find-it web site housing out of copyright NJ historical content from 1922 all the way back to the early 1800’s. Be sure to stop by to say hello (booth 510) and see our exciting new product.

IDI will be hosting an informative seminar at our facility in East Brunswick on October 17th, 2018 and we are very proud to announce that we will have a guest speaker with us from the Conservation Center for Art and Historical Artifacts. Also, we will be giving tours of our 8,500 sq. ft. facility including a demonstration on the Kirtas (robotic book scanner). There will also be lunch and some giveaways. Stay tuned for invitations.

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Watch Now!

Thank you for your business.

Warm Regards,
Marty

Martin Tannenbaum
Innovative Document Imaging

Imaging Innovations from IDI, May2018 2018-05-29T19:39:28+00:00

Imaging Innovations from IDI, April 2018

Imaging Innovations
An IDI Newsletter

April 2018
Innovative News

IDI has a new marketing Representative Alec Carroll who will be assisting our sales manager with the IDI Library and Education Markets, they will also work on new imaging conversion sales. Alec has been with IDI for 3 years, having previously worked in our Pharmaceutical Imaging Division.

In May IDI will be setting up for two University Library conversions in Michigan that include 3D object photography. For these two projects we will be using two 71 megapixel Book2Net Publication scanners. IDI has also started on an Ivy League Library project in IDI’s secure facility in East Brunswick. The project includes papers from a high profile Presidential cabinet appointee.

We have two new projects in from Brooklyn historical organizations, which will include photos, negatives and slides, and a historic newspaper from 35mm microfilm rolls.

IDI will be exhibiting at the NJLA in Atlantic City May 30-Jun 1, we will be demonstrating a new DigiFind-it web site housing out of copyright NJ historical content from throughout the state. Be sure to stop by to say hello and see our latest products.

Visit us @ idiimage.com

We want to thank all the libraries that have partnered with IDI on the Digital Memory Fund raising programs the last 6 years. We have enjoyed doing the sessions and I hope the funds raised were beneficial. In 2018 we will be scheduling only a few designated library sessions as I believe a 1 year program hiatus will result in an increase in fund revenues in 2019.

visit us at www.dmmem.com

Thank you for your business.

Warm Regards,
Marty

Martin Tannenbaum
Innovative Document Imaging

Imaging Innovations from IDI, April 2018 2018-04-23T19:35:17+00:00

Imaging Innovations from IDI, March 2018

Imaging Innovations
An IDI Newsletter

March 2018
Innovative News

IDI looks forward to 2018 being another year of travel exciting new projects and continued growth.

In February an IDI team of nine visited India on a 2 week tour to inspect our image processing centers and to see all the good work being put forth by our contributions to improve women’s rights and provide education to impoverished tribes. There will be a section added to our web site in May with additional information and photos.

2018 began with a long term project in a high profile Louisiana Museum, 3 new publishing projects in the UK, a 4 million image conversion of books to digital image in our East Brunswick headquarters and a 400,000 page image conversion for a high profile Society in NYC.

We are happy to be back at the American Antiquarian Society in Massachusetts for a large long term periodical conversion. Also we have partnered with a prestigious private school on Long Island to digitize all of their historical archives and student records.

Visit us @ idiimage.com

We want to thank all the libraries that have partnered with IDI on the Digital Memory Fund raising programs the last 6 years. We have enjoyed doing the sessions and I hope the funds raised were beneficial. In 2018 we will be scheduling only a few designated library sessions as I believe a 1 year program hiatus will result in an increase in fund revenues in 2019.

visit us at www.dmmem.com

Thank you for your business.

Warm Regards,
Marty

Martin Tannenbaum
Innovative Document Imaging

Imaging Innovations from IDI, March 2018 2018-04-23T19:34:20+00:00

Imaging Innovations from IDI, Dec 2017

Imaging Innovations
An IDI Newsletter

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year 2018
from Innovative Document Imaging

Thank you to our friends, family, customers and business partners for all of your support. Wishing you all only the best of things in the year ahead.

Thank you for your business.

Warm Regards,
Marty

Martin Tannenbaum
Innovative Document Imaging

Imaging Innovations from IDI, Dec 2017 2018-04-23T19:27:49+00:00

Imaging Innovations from IDI, Nov 2017

Imaging Innovations
An IDI Newsletter

November 2017
Innovative News

IDI in November would like to give thanks to our customers, employees and partners. IDI is fortunate and honored to partner with organizations that give back to the community, support education and work for women’s rights. Making collections accessible to the world in a digital format is our mission while we also enjoy doing our part to make the world a better place. In the first quarter our website will be updated with detailed information.

In January IDI will be making a major enhancement to our popular and affordable Web Portal Digi-Find-It. The portal currently works with all the major browsers but works most effectively with Internet Explorer. The new upgrade will allow Digi-Find-It to be fully functional with Chrome, Firefox and Safari. Searches will be faster and there will be a number of new features. Upgrades will begin in January and there will be no disruption in service.

In November we have set up on location to digitize a very high profile historical collection for a pharmaceutical company. We are also heading back to Massachusetts to an American History Museum for a 6 month project.

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Here is the remaining Fall 2017 DMM Fundraising schedule:

Upcoming Sessions:
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Lee Memorial Library
Date:11/4/17
From: 11am – 2pm
Location: Lee Memorial Library
500 W. Crescent Ave, Allendale, 07401, New Jersey
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Little Falls Public Library
Date:11/18/17
From: 11am – 1pm
Location: Little Falls Public Library
8 Warren Street, Little Falls, 07424, New Jersey
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visit us at www.dmmem.com

Thank you for your business.

Warm Regards,
Marty

Martin Tannenbaum
Innovative Document Imaging

Imaging Innovations from IDI, Nov 2017 2018-04-23T19:25:18+00:00

Imaging Innovations from IDI and DMM, Oct 2017

Imaging Innovations
An IDI Newsletter

October 2017
Innovative News

Halloween is coming and IDI enters the 4th quarter with a collection of new treats while trying to avoid any of the seasonal tricks. We recently secured a major pharmaceutical document conversion and we will be setting up in a New England museum for a large periodical project. We also have contracted for a one year high profile project located in a museum in the Southeast US to begin in January.

In October IDI created a Digi-Find-It Portal to host the Hoboken Library historical files. We also will be beginning a newspaper and city directory conversion from microfilm for the Belleville Library as well as a similar microfilm project for the Montclair Library and Historical Society. Our paper document conversions continue to grow including a conversion of medical files for a retired Allergist, procurement files for a pharmaceutical company, and an on location conversion of financial files for an automotive company in Michigan.

Digital Memory Media had successful fundraisers at the Woodbridge Library and the Meriden, Connecticut Historical Society and in October we will be converting a large amount of DAT tapes for a major organization.

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Here is the remaining Fall 2017 DMM Fundraising schedule:

Upcoming Sessions:

Millburn-Short Hills Historical Society
Date:10/14/17
From: 2pm – 4pm
Location: Milburn Public Library
200 Glen Ave, Millburn, 07041, New Jersey
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Tappan Free Library
Date:10/21/17
From: 12:30pm – 2:30pm
Location: Tappan Free Library
93 Main Street, Tappan, 10983, New York
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Friends of the Long Beach Island Library
Date:10/21/17
From: 11:00pm – 1:00pm
Location: Long Beach Island Library
212 Central Avenue, Surf City, 08008, New Jersey
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OCL- Manchester Library
Date:10/28/17
From: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Location: Manchester Library
21 Colonial Drive, Manchester, NJ, 08759
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Lee Memorial Library
Date:11/4/17
From: 11am – 2pm
Location: Lee Memorial Library
500 W. Crescent Ave, Allendale, 07401, New Jersey
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Little Falls Public Library
Date:11/18/17
From: 11am – 1pm
Location: Little Falls Public Library
8 Warren Street, Little Falls, 07424, New Jersey
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visit us at www.dmmem.com

Thank you for your business.

Warm Regards,
Marty

Martin Tannenbaum
Innovative Document Imaging

Imaging Innovations from IDI and DMM, Oct 2017 2018-04-23T19:23:45+00:00