DLSG - Digital Library Systems Group

The Most Advanced Book Scanning Stations

In libraries, Copiers are 'Old School.' KIC copies straight to tablets, notebook PCs, eReaders and Smart Phones

DLSG ... Serving Academic Libraries, Public Libraries, Museums and Archives for 12 Years, More Than Twice as Long as the Nearest Competitor

The KIC Family

KIC SmartDock Option

The fastest easiest way to transfer electronic copies
directly to your Tablet, eReader, Notebook PC or Smart Phone

DLSG ... Serving Academic Libraries, Public Libraries, Museums and Archives for 12 Years, More Than Twice as Long as the Nearest Competitor

The KIC Family

KIC ADF Option

Scan 40 pages of loose paper into your Tablet,
eReader, Notebook PC, or Smart Phone in one minute!

DLSG ... Serving Academic Libraries, Public Libraries, Museums and Archives for 12 Years, More Than Twice as Long as the Nearest Competitor

The KIC Family

KICs Do NOT Require Any Paper or Toner, and They're Built for Scanning Books

The KIC BookEdge takes about the same floor space and costs
about the same as a typical floor-standing photocopier . . .

. . . but the similarities end there.

Color images cost nothing and for
paper copies, it can use a standard printer.

DLSG ... Serving Academic Libraries, Public Libraries, Museums and Archives for 12 Years, More Than Twice as Long as the Nearest Competitor

The KIC Family

The KIC Click

The Newest Member of the KIC Book Scanner Family

The KIC Click captures nearly 20 book
pages per minute for instant access on
tablets, notebooks, smart devices and
easy transfer to desktop PCs and servers.

With a bed size 30% larger than
its nearest competitor, KIC Click
captures up to 22 x16" books BR and materials at an uncompro-
mising resolution of 300dpi.

Tabletop Version

The KIC Family

  • Both V and Flat Scanning Modes
  • Scan 25 x 33.5 inches
  • Up to 600 dpi (non-interpolated)
  • Under 2 Second Scan Times at 200dpi

The KIC Family

Tabletop models are available for all three KICs. While floor standing KIC systems get far greater use*, resulting in very low per page costs, a tabletop KIC is sometimes the better choice. Actively providing both floor standing and tabletop KICs for all three KIC types is a testament to DLSG's commitment to serving libraries as well as possible.

* standing use promotes shorter sessions, and knowing this, people tend to wait and follow one another immediately, keeping KIC busy.

KIC Bookeye 4 Tabletop Model

KIC Click Tabletop Model

KIC BookEdge Tabletop Model

Better Image Quality, Fewer Errors

Greater Efficiency, Easier Operation,

...all while substantially improving overall performance

  • Both V and Flat Scanning Modes
  • Scan 25 x 33.5 inches
  • Up to 600 dpi (non-interpolated)
  • Under 2 Second Scan Times at 200dpi
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Create Your Digital Archives with

Digital Archive Workflow Solutions Designed to be Managed
by Archivists and Library Staff

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OPUS WANTS YOU

Seeking archivists that wish to become the masters of their organization's digital archives.

Print tracking sheet for each document. Metadata specified
for each object
to be digitized.

Scan and read tracking sheet. Digitization workflow stages are created
in this stage.

Archive raw images prior to any image treatment so that different image treatment parameters
can be run later.

Automatically
remove image skew, distortion and/or artifacts. Locate image content for consistent margins.

Optimized interface for manual image treatment functions common to digital preservation, archive and access.

Archive images
again after image treatment is complete.

Capture technical metadata and store
it in a nonproprietary XML format during the digitization workflow process.

Key data into a hierarchical entry screen which matches the template selected for the current object.

Automatically ar-
chive the captured metadata in a non-proprietary XML format.

Export an unlimited number of digital collections repeatedly with different image and metadata file formats.

Perform unattended output of entire digital collections com-
prising multiple volumes.

Create Your Digital Archives with

Digital Archive Workflow Solutions Designed to be Managed
by Archivists and Library Staff

Navigation Bar

OPUS WANTS YOU

Seeking archivists that wish to become the masters of their organization's digital archives.

Scan and read tracking sheet. Digitization workflow stages are created
in this stage.

Automatically
remove image skew, distortion and/or artifacts. Locate image content for consistent margins.

Optimized interface for manual image treatment functions common to digital preservation, archive and access.

Capture technical metadata and store
it in a nonproprietary XML format during the digitization workflow process.

Key data into a hierarchical entry screen which matches the template selected for the current object.

Perform unattended output of entire digital collections com-
prising multiple volumes.

Bookeye 4 V3

Bookeye 4 V2

Bookeye 4 V1A

Bookeye 3 R2

If superior image quality

is what you seek ...

The Most Advanced Book Scanning Stations

In libraries, Copiers are 'Old School.' KIC copies straight to tablets, notebook PCs, eReaders and Smart Phones

DLSG ... Exclusively Serving Academic Libraries, Public Libraries, Museums and Archives for 12 Years, More Than Twice as Long as the Nearest Competitor

The Only Complete Interlibrary Loan

Scanning Workflow Systems

"As far as we're concerned,
BSCAN ILL is the only game in town!"

"When we get a scanned article from another institution, if it's really pristine, we know it's from BSCAN ILL" numerous ILL department workers

DLSG ... Exclusively Serving Academic Libraries, Public Libraries, Museums and Archives for 12 Years, More Than Twice as Long as the Nearest Competitor

Create Your Digital Archives with

Digital Archive Workflow Solutions Designed to be Managed
by Archivists and Library Staff

Navigation Bar

OPUS WANTS YOU

Seeking archivists that wish to become the masters of their organization's digital archives.

Print tracking sheet for each document. Metadata specified
for each object
to be digitized.

Scan and read tracking sheet. Digitization workflow stages are created
in this stage.

Archive raw images prior to any image treatment so that different image treatment parameters
can be run later.

Automatically
remove image skew, distortion and/or artifacts. Locate image content for consistent margins.

Optimized interface for manual image treatment functions common to digital preservation, archive and access.

Archive images
again after image treatment is complete.

Capture technical metadata and store
it in a nonproprietary XML format during the digitization workflow process.

Key data into a hierarchical entry screen which matches the template selected for the current object.

Automatically arch-
ive the captured metadata in a non-proprietary XML format.

Export an unlimited number of digital collections repeatedly with different image and metadata file formats.

Perform unattended output of entire digital collections com-
prising multiple volumes.

Bookeye 4 V3

Bookeye 4 V2

Bookeye 4 V1A

Bookeye 3 R2

WideTEK 25-600

WideTEK 36 DS

WideTEK 48