NOA To Participate In FIAT/IFTA In Dubrovnik

AV digitizing and archiving specialist NOA is gearing up for participation in the 43rd edition of the international archiving event in Dubrovnik, Croatia Oct. 22–25

Bruno Burtre, NOA’s director of business development will discuss the different processes in Archive Asset Management (AAM). The paper, “Coexistence of (Asynchronous) Preservation Processes in Archive Asset Management,” will highlight central tasks in industrial digitization and beyond.

NOA says the presentation will address the multiplicity of tasks that are necessary in preservation projects, highlighting that not all are synchronous processes, and how their coexistence can lead to efficient orchestration and labor separation. With a main focus on structured cataloguing processes, the presenters will detail how to bridge the annotation gap between digitization and access.

“Many archives still struggle with providing access to their legacy content and with developing a long-term digital preservation strategy,” explained Burtre. “Even though challenging enough on its own, mass migration of physical collections to the digital domain is only the first big step; it takes more to build a state of the art media repository. Organizing and describing the sounds and images within the archive is a most vital prerequisite, let alone storage and essence management.”

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