Cases

Capturing Canada’s storied history

Case study: Searching for information in the archive at Fort St. John North Peace Museum was like looking for a needle in a haystack. But with an HD Ultra X/Canon system installed and in use, assets are now retrievable from the digital archive in seconds.

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High-end reproductions draw new revenue streams

Case study: Artists may not always want to sell their original artwork. Fortunately, they can sell copies at a fraction of the cost – a win for artists and art connoisseurs alike – as long as the reproduction is as good as the original.

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Reclaiming lost real estate in NYC. CASO were blown away with the Contex scanning solution with Zero Turn workstation.

Reclaiming lost real estate in NYC

Case study: CASO boosted its productivity by 400% when helping a NYC client clear up valuable space. By digitizing their hard-copy records, some of CASO’s customers can switch from two floors to one.

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Texas General Land Office staffer operating Contex's HD Ultra X large format scanner

Where the lines are drawn

Case study: Texas General Land Office needed a scanner that could rapidly generate accurate images of more than 45,000 maps – complete with stains, creases, and faded colors – without an operator having to spend an inordinate amount of time adjusting each one.

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College Park Aviation Museum

College Park Aviation Museum

Press release: College Park Aviation Museum acquired a Contex large format flatbed scanner to preserve history and make its collection — especially fragile materials — easily available to visitors, researchers, and other interested parties.

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Case study: City of Houston rebuilds

City of Houston rebuilds

Case story: Devastated by Hurricane Harvey, the City of Houston is rebuilding. Hundreds of blueprints flow daily into its Houston Permitting Center, each one needing to be scanned with speed and accuracy. Any oversight could result in an unsafe build.

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Case study: Texas A&M University-Central Texas

Texas A&M University-Central Texas builds an archive from the ground up

Case story: Participating in the design and build of a new archive facility can be a dream assignment for any archivist. The right room climate, counter space, and scanning technologies were must-haves for the University Archives at Texas A&M University-Central Texas. A Contex IQ Quattro and an IQ FLEX scanner ensure that the finest details in delicate documents, books, and framed photos are picked up and digitized.

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