Image Access with Bookeye and WideTEK scanners at IFLA
Conference participants are invited to visit Image Access at booth C101, where there will be many interesting new products to see, test and use.
Visitors can experience the many advantages of the unique Bookeye 4 V2 Professional Archive firsthand. Books are scanned on this scanner in the "reading position" as opposed to being pressed flat on a scanning bed. Through the V-shaped book cradle with matching glass plate, this overhead scanner enables perfect scans while providing optimal protection of the book binding.
The Bookeye 4 V2 Kiosk provides a user- and book-friendly alternative to conventional copiers. Again, scans are made in the "reading position" and the user can easily and intuitively operate the scanner via a 22 inch touchscreen. This makes the Bookeye 4 V2 Kiosk a perfect device for self-service which can be easily coupled with payment systems.
Image Access also offers an excellent solution for digitizing larger flat templates or transparent originals with the flatbed scanner WideTEK 25 equipped with its optional transparency backlight unit. This is particularly impressive at an optical resolution of up to 1200 dpi.
Visitors will also find more quality "Made in Germany" and other Scan2Net® scanners at the booth C102 of our partner company SMA directly adjacent.
Image Access GmbH
Image Access has been a creative, inventive force setting itself apart from the competition as a manufacturer of professional scanner solutions. All scanners manufactured by Image Access are operated through the unique web based Scan2Net® technological platform. All Image Access scanners feature seamless network scanning on any Internet enabled platform. Image Access is the only scanner manufacturer that offers products in all large format segments: overhead scanners for valuable books more than A1 in size, flatbed scanners for formats greater than DIN A2 / 25x18 inches, sheetfeed scanners for documents between 36 and 48 inches in width, duplex scanners for high volume production of double sided scans up to 36 inches.
For more information, visit Image Access at www.imageaccess.de