When libraries and museums scan books, maps, artwork or any other historical documents for long-term preservation, the digital image must be an exact replicate of the original print version and it must be easily accessible via the Internet.
LuraTech’s imaging solutions harness the power of JPEG2000 to enable organizations such as digital libraries and museums, to convert, store, manage and deliver images and content over browser-based viewing applications. Our unparalleled software solutions can be easily integrated into existing Web server applications and support intelligent display of descriptive information. By doing so, we help you manage and deliver associated image metadata regardless of format type.
We offer imaging solutions to meet a wide variety of needs for the cultural heritage market:
- DocYard®: DocYard allows scan service providers and other enterprises and organisations to build a centrally managed production environment step-by-step to suit their individual document processing requirements. The system’s modular architecture means that existing components can also be integrated into DocYard, which can then centrally control and monitor them. DocYard integrates and optimises existing infrastructure, allowing it to be used afterwards as a single unified system. Previous investments in systems and components are protected and enhanced by adopting DocYard.
- LuraWave® JP2 Image Content Server: Designed for extensive digital archiving projects, this solution – also available for Linux – offers ease of integration and scalability.
- JP2 Implementation Tools: These command line tools and software development kits enable you to implement JPEG2000 into your applications and workflow.
- Additional Imaging Solutions: A comprehensive set of complementary plug-ins and applications that enable you to implement the industry’s best JPEG2000 solution.