Press releases

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September 2017 - Digitization of cultural heritage: a world first from Zeutschel
The Zeutschel ScanStudio is a unique, innovative solution for digitization of art and cultural heritage in libraries, archives and museums.
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September 2017 - From the British Library into the Internet – with scanning technology “Made in Germany”
The British Library is using German scanning expertise to digitize its valuable books, manuscripts and journals.
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June 2017 - "We close the gap between scanning and photo studio applications"
The All in all-in-one system: Zeutschel ScanStudio – for overheads and transparencies, not only for libraries......
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May 2017 - Orff digital: Preserving and making historical collections accessible
The Orff Center Munich was founded in 1990. The key mission of the center is “to encourage the active study of the life and works of the composer Carl Orff'”.
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April 2017 - Bound contracts integrated into the digital inbox
The results of early and systematic digitization of incoming mail in the financial sector are cost savings, more efficient business processes and a faster responsiveness, ultimately leading to better customer service. But what if a significant proportion of the contract documents to be scanned have eyelets or staples? The Sparkasse LeerWittmund has an impressive solution.
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March 2017 - World premiere: Zeutschel ScanStudio – scanner and photo studio in one
Tübingen / Hanover, March 20, 2017 – At today’s CeBIT, Zeutschel introduced an all-in-one system for the digitizing assignments of libraries, archives and museums. “The Zeutschel ScanStudio combines the best of two worlds – the world of studio photography with the world of professional scanners,” says Jörg Vogler, Managing Director of Zeutschel GmbH on the occasion of the product launch.
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March 2017 - Zeutschel and PhaseOne sign-off co-operation agreement
Tübingen / Hanover, March 20, 2017 – Both companies announce a close cooperation in the development of innovative repro camera solutions for the digitization of cultural heritage. The first result was presented today at CeBIT at the booth of Zeutschel. The Zeutschel ScanStudio is an all-in-one system for the digitization tasks of libraries, archives and museums.
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March 2017 - From the scanner to your cell phone - zeta2mobile now available for iOS
Tübingen, February 2017 – The app is designed for use with the Zeutschel zeta or chrome scanning systems. The scanned images can be immediately stored and displayed on smartphones and tablets with the zeta2mobile app.
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March 2017 - Zeutschel and Crowley strengthen their successful partnership
Tübingen, March 2017 – Zeutschel and The Crowley Company – a global supplier of analog and digital imaging solutions with headquarters in the US – announce they are stepping up their long-term cooperation.
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March 2017 Historical address books efficiently digitized
Maximum productivity, high image quality and gentle handling: The specifications for electronic capture of extensive stocks of address books and business directories in the German National Library in Leipzig presented a major challenge. When put into practice, the importance of selecting the right scanning system for this was thrown into sharp relief.
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February 2017 - Scannx and Zeutschel announce joint development and marketing agreement
Zeutschel GmbH, the world leader in digitization and preservation solutions for valuable assets, and Scannx, Inc, the leader in document capture and document delivery software and cloud services for library patrons and staff, announced today the launch of Zeutschel A2 and A3+ advanced book scanning solutions powered by Scannx software.
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October 2016 - Zeutschel cameras microfilm the German Constitution (Basic Law)
The first original edition of the German Constitution and all accompanying documents were stored on microfilm in the National Archives of Berlin using camera technology that was ‘made in Germany’.
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August 2016 - Fast digital access to the microfilm archive
The Zeutschel OM 7380 quickly retrieves and digitally displays microfilm images, subsequently printing them out or electronically sending them to the PC or storage media. The microfilm scanner is ideal anywhere where 16 mm roll films with set figurative marks are used for long-term archiving, such as in the financial sector, for authorities or in the health care sector. Now available in two versions – the OM 7380 with integrated 10 megapixel camera and the OM 7380 HD with 18 megapixel.
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July 2016 - Integral in-box digitization
Janich & Klass is presenting in connection with the Zeutschel overhead scanner zeta Office a new solution for digital inboxes with extremely heterogeneous document types.
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Mai 2016 - Direct connection to the ECM
Zeutschel launches two new connectivity solutions for the overhead scanners from the zeta model series.
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April 2016 - Making information usable
Zeutschel has successfully evolved into a solution provider for the digitization tasks of libraries, archives and museums.
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March 2016 - Märklin Magazin goes digital
Bringing journals from old archives into the electronic age often demands an enormous amount of time and personal effort. Digitization of the Märklin Magazin, which just celebrated its 50th anniversary, demonstrates just how efficient this can be.
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January 2016 - Modern Library Awards in 2016 Competition
Zeutschel is very proud to announce it has received two platinum and a gold award from the LibraryWorks, Inc. second annual Modern Library Awards (MLA) program.
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November 2015 - The resurrection of the Utrecht Psalter
The Utrecht University Library wows visitors with a spectacular 3D experience of their historical collections.
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October 2015 - Touching allowed
At last you can browse through 1000-year-old books: Made possible by the Zeutschel ZED 10 3D Foyer. The 3D presentation system means you can virtually rotate a book, leaf through or enlarge pages and book covers using gestures.
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September 2015 - 50 percent more productive than a multifunctional unit
Faced with the task of converting patient information to an electronic format, Strahlentherapie Neckarsulm opted for a new scanning technology. Here the scanner is "upside down". This saves the practice both time and money.
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July 2015 - OmniPro: Tool for processing images and meta data
Optimum treatment of digitized material for archiving or presentation on the internet - this is what the software solution "OmniPro" from Zeutschel offers.
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May 2015 - Scans to tablets or smartphones
Zeutschel bridges the gap between zeta overhead scanners and mobile end devices. Save and view zeta digital images directly on a tablet or smartphone via the zeta2mobile app.
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April 2015 - Better document management, before you feel the pinch.
Juggling growing competition and rising customer demands: Trade and retail industries today are facing challenges that increasingly require the use of innovative IT solutions.
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March 2015 - Launch of a new generation of A2 scanner
A world premier wows the trade audience at Stand H17 in Hall 3. Zeutschel announces a new scanner series for A2 formats.
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February 2015 - Shorter scan cycles, faster operation
Zeutschel presents its advanced version of the professional overhead scanner zeta Office at the CeBIT Booth H17 in Hall 3.
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October 22nd, 2014 - French banking innovation prize awarded to Zeutschel zeta
'Solutions' category winner unveiled at Les Grands Prix de Banque & Innovation 2014. Zeutschel's 'zeta' scanning system scooped top prize.
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June / October 2014 - Record digitization for beginners
Or: The brief story about a rapid technical development
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October 17th, 2014: "Classic copiers are no longer relevant in libraries"
Make copies without copiers. A matter of course for Jule Pomierski and Harald Herbich from BiblioCopy. Together with their team they operate the two copy centres located on Unter den Linden and Potsdamer Platz on behalf of the Berlin State Library, focusing on a new, customer-oriented service concept exclusively using state-of-the-art book scanners. Their simple equation is: copying equals scanning plus printing.
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July 1st, 2014: ZEUTSCHEL UK starts its activities in Great Britain
From July 1st, 2014, Zeutschel UK will exclusively market all Zeutschel products – scanning systems, copy systems, microfilm cameras, microfilm plotters, but also software solutions for digital image quality control, digital document delivery service and digitization workflow solutions. Besides this, Zeutschel UK will also provide after sales service for Zeutschel equipment in Great Britain.
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Legally consistent presentation of Goobi digital content
Zeutschel offers a solution to present the content of digital collections protected by copyright, created using the open source solution Goobi. The module zedExporter establishes a connection to the electronic reading room MyBib eL® by ImageWare, where authorised users can display the protected contents online.
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Book scanner for more comfort and scans per day
When it comes to book scanners, the new OS 12002 Advanced Plus is an all-round talent. It has great functionality, making it suitable for both mass digitisation and scan-on-demand applications as well being able to efficiently digitise larger collections of files.
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Productive digitisation from A to "ZED"
Zeutschel at the CeBIT 2014 – Hall 3 / Booth H17: Zeutschel is underlining its commitment as a full-range provider for digitisation solutions in the archive, library, museum and office environment with new and innovative software tools.
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"We firmly believe in the value of innovation and technology"
How does one secure long-term corporate success? "We’ve have always been a forward-looking company, and we try to re-invent and innovate constantly”, is the simple formula for success according to Vincent Tan, CEO and one of the founders of FotoHub.
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CeBIT: Goobi and MyBib eL®
Certified scanner connection with BCS-2® as well as integration of the presentation platform MyBib eL® in Zeutschel solutions
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Cloud scanning
Zeutschel presents the scanning system zeta at the CeBIT 2014. The claim remains the same: "Copying was yesterday, zeta is today", functionality has been expanded.
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Zeutschel zeta presented with iF product design award 2014
The "zeta" success story continues: The Zeutschel scanning system wins the prestigious iF product design award 2014
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Ankaref becomes Zeutschel’s Sales Partner in Turkey
Zeutschel GmbH, the DMS specialist from Tübingen, Germany, chose Ankaref, headquartered in Ankara, to become Zeutschel’s new distributor for its scanning and microfilming solutions in Turkey.
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Information through Interaction
In the age of the internet, the currentness of information has become a fundamental criteria of quality. The Landeskirchliche Zentralbibliothek (LKZB = Regional Church Central Library) Stuttgart demonstrates how a library can meet the information needs of a modern society by introducing an electronic article delivery service.
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The Papers of Abraham Lincoln - Preserving the History of an Iconic American Leader
Created in 2001, The Papers of Abraham Lincoln (PAL) was formed as an expansion of the Lincoln Legal Papers, a project established in 1985 as part of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library (ALPL) headquartered in Springfield, Ill. PAL is “dedicated to identifying, imaging, transcribing, annotating, and publishing all documents written by or to Abraham Lincoln during his entire lifetime (1809-1865).”
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A visit to the Digitisation Centre in the Berlin State Library
Digital preservation of our cultural and scientific heritage is among the most important present-day and future tasks facing society as a whole. And the Digitisation Centre in the Berlin State Library, among the most modern of its kind, plays a valuable role in this.
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Zeutschel at the DMS Expo – Hall 5 / B25: 'zeta goes office' turns copying on its head
Germany is European Champion - in wasting paper. This not only puts a strain on the environment but also on the budget. German companies spend between three and six per cent of their annual turnover on printing and copying. The zeta scanning system by Zeutschel demonstrates this can be done in a much more economic and environmentally-friendly manner.
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Modern scanners are increasingly used for copying
Academic pursuit of specialist literature is changing dramatically. Growing numbers of books, articles and magazines are received electronically and the information they contain digitally processed immediately. Modern libraries are staying abreast of this development by using innovative concepts.
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Zeutschel Supports Creation of the Hesse Cabinet in Tübingen
Thanks to the financial commitment of Zeutschel GmbH and other sponsors, the university city has now become home to a new literary memorial dedicated to the great German poet and writer of the 20th century.
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Evolution through cooperation
The mass digitization sector is becoming ever more dynamic in the library environment. Cultural and scientific institutions are feeling the pressure as suppliers of digital content, due in part to the increasing number of virtual libraries
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Zeutschel zeta on the road to success
Comfort model with book cradle or an office version, it really doesn't matter because zeta, the overhead scanner by Zeutschel, is in great demand.
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Joining together in achieving ambitious goals
It is not just the majors, medium-sized libraries can also benefit from the advantages of open source software in mastering their digitisation projects. Engaging in a challenging digitisation project, the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Library (GWLB) in Hanover demonstrates how targeted cooperation with service providers can be used to overcome 'initial obstacles' and the specific requirements of individual collections can be implemented successfully.
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zeta goes Office' decorated as 'Best of 2013
the office version of the Zeutschel overhead scanner zeta is among the most innovative IT solutions....
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