Scanning is the first stage in converting document libraries into electronic format. Scanning is the appropriate solution for archiving and storing documents, which can be viewed and printed. Graphixeye performs scanning on line drawings, reduced media (aperture cards, microfilm and microfiche), and any one-color document. We also scan photographs, shaded drawings or even color documents. Raster images can also be used as a template to convert documents to CAD or TIF formats. Grayscale and color scanning provides another level of information beyond that of a black and white scan. When gray scale scanning is performed, each pixel also carries a value for the level of brightness or darkness; in the case of color document scanning the value is the number assigned to that point on the color spectrum. Grayscale and especially color raster images can be quite large.

Graphixeye offers the latest in document scanning technology. Using the very latest high speed document scanning technology, Graphixeye will convert all documentation including large A0 format items, handwritten notes, colour documents, drawings and documents containing signatures, and return it to you in an efficient and accessible format.

Scanning in general increases efficiency:

Be it for improving workflow, creating permanent or redundant archives, or moving those old files into the twenty-first century, allowing easy access and reference, scanning increases efficiency. Furthermore:

Publishing of scanned archives to CD-Rom DVD ROM or tape. Archives accessible from office networks or remotely via the internet or intranet connections.