Our company provides a discrete and managed solution to capture, digitize and convert large volumes of data into a format which is useful, flexible, and easy to manage. Our expert staff defined quality processes assures our clients to be cost effective, accurate and rapid range of data capture and conversion services. We build long-term relationships with our clients by creating and managing, on your behalf, large-scale high-value digital content for the Web, corporate intranets and other digital environments.
Why we do Digitization: -
Digitizing or digitization is the representation of an object, image, sound, document or signal (usually an analog signal) by generating a series of numbers that describe a discrete set of its points or samples. The result is called digital representation or, more specifically, a digital image, for the object, and digital form, for the signal. In modern practice, the digitized data is in the form of binary numbers, which facilitate computer processing and other operations, but strictly speaking, digitizing simply means the conversion of analog source material into a numerical format; the decimal or any other number system can be used instead. Digitization is of crucial importance to data processing, storage and transmission, because it "allows information of all kinds in all formats to be carried with the same efficiency and also intermingled". Unlike analog data, which typically suffers some loss of quality each time it is copied or transmitted, digital data can, in theory, be propagated indefinitely with absolutely no degradation. This is why it is a favored way of preserving information for many organisations around the world.
The digitization process involves reading of an analog signal at periodic intervals which is known as sampling.
It is also possible to convert these series of integers back into the original analog signal.
The quality of digitization will vary depending on the type of sampling rates etc.
Old libraries that have multitudes of manuscripts and books that have accumulated over the ages are now being scanned and digitized all around the world.
Now digital libraries are fast replacing the conventional libraries.
The advantages of digitization are many, such as: