Imaging – Scanning Standards compiled by Laurie Varendorff @ Digital Scanning & Microfilm Equipment – DS & ME

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Standards Australia – SAInternational Organization for Standardization – ISOAmerican National Standards Institute – ANSIBritish Standards – BSiStandards New Zealand – SNZ

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International Organization for Standardization – ISO

ISO/IEC 12087-1:1995 – Information technology — Computer graphics and image processing — Image Processing and Interchange (IPI) — Functional specification — Part 1: Common architecture for imaging

ISO/IEC 12087-2:1994 - Information technology — Computer graphics and image processing — Image Processing and Interchange (IPI) — Functional specification — Part 2: Programmer’s imaging kernel system application programme interface

ISO 18921:2008 – Imaging materials — Compact discs (CD-ROM) — Method for estimating the life expectancy based on the effects of temperature and relative humidity

ISO/IEC 12087-2:1994 – Information technology — Computer graphics and image processing — Image Processing and Interchange (IPI) — Functional specification — Part 2: Programmer’s imaging kernel system application programme interface

ISO 12231:2012  – Photography — Electronic still picture imaging — Vocabulary

American National Standards Institute – ANSI

British Standards – BSi

BIP 0067:2006 – A guide to developing a retention and disposal schedule for business information

BS ISO 12653-3:2014 – Electronic imaging. Test target for scanning of office documents. Test target for use in lower resolution applications

BS ISO 12651-1:2012 – Electronic document management. Vocabulary. Electronic document imaging  - readable paper forms. Optimal design for user friendliness and electronic document management systems ( EDMS )

BS ISO 29861:2009 – Document management applications. Quality control for scanning office documents in colour 

BS ISO 11506:2009 – Document management applications. Archiving of electronic data. Computer output microform ( COM ) / Computer output laser disc ( COLD ) 

ISO/TR 22957:2009 Ed 1 – Document management. Analysis, selection and implementation of electronic document management systems ( EDMS ) 

ISO/TR 12033:2009 Ed 1 – Document management. Electronic imaging. Guidance for the selection of document image compression methods

ISO/TR 15801:2009 Ed 2 – Document management. Information stored electronically. Recommendations for trustworthiness and reliability 

BS ISO 23868:2008 – Document management. Monitoring and verification of information stored on 130 mm optical media 

BS ISO 22938:2008 – Document management. Electronic content/document management ( CDM ) data interchange format 

BS 5444:2008 – Physical attributes of documents for microfilming or scanning. Code of practice 

ISO/TS 12029:2007 Ed 2 – ISO/TR12029:2002 Electronic imaging – Forms design optimization for electronic image management 

PD ISO/TR 18492:2005 – Long-term preservation of electronic document-based information

BS EN 14603:2004 – Information technology. Alphanumeric glyph image set for optical character recognition OCR-B. Shapes and dimensions of the printed image

ISO 10196:2003 (R09) Ed 2 – ISO10196:2003 Document imaging applications- Recommendations for the creation of original documents

ISO/TR 15801:2004 Ed 1 – Electronic imaging – Information stored electronically – Recommendations for trustworthiness and reliability

PD ISO/TS 12029:2002 – Electronic imaging. Forms design optimization for electronic image management

BS ISO 12234-2:2001 – Electronic still-picture imaging. Removable memory. TIFF/EP image data format

BS ISO 12653-1:2000 – Electronic imaging. Test target for the black-and-white scanning of office documents. Characteristics

BS ISO 11698-1:2000 – Micrographics. Methods of measuring image quality produced by aperture card scanners. Characteristics of the test images

BS ISO 11928-1:2000 – Micrographics. Quality control of graphic COM recorders. Characteristics of the test frames

BS ISO 12653-2:2000 – Electronic imaging. Test target for the black-and-white scanning of office documents. Method of use

BS ISO 12651:1999 – Electronic imaging. Vocabulary

Standards New Zealand – SNZ

 

2017-AUGUST:

Across Australia – New Zealand - Papua New Guinea & Oceania – DS & ME with its TWELEVE – 12 Authorised Resellers / Business Partners /  Technical Service Agents now have a total of FOUR HUNDRED & NINETY – 490 installations of the current e-ImageData ScanPro 3000ScanPro i9300, ScanPro 2200 PLUS, and ScanPro 2200 Digital Microfilm Reader – Viewer – Scanner – Printers plus the previous earlier e-ImageData ScanPro 2000 / 1000 / 1100 / 800 / 700 model/s with the ability to Read, View, Scan, and Print from 16 / 35 mm Roll Microfilm, Microfiche, 35 mm Aperture Cards for Engineering, Architectural plus any other type of Drawing/s, Map/s & Plan/s – either negative or positive, plus Micro Opaque/s – e.g. Microcard/s or Microprint/s.

This Australian – New Zealand – Papua New Guinea & Oceania contribution by DS & ME with its  TWELEVE – 12 Authorised Resellers / Business Partners / Technical Service Agents has allowed the international total of installations of the ScanPro Digital Microfilm Reader – Viewer – Scanner – Printer Range of Scanners manufactured by e-ImageData Corp. of the USA to increase to a total in excess of TEN THOUSAND – YES !!! 10,000 Units.