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NTT DATA's digital archive service AMLAD™*1 (Advanced Museum Library Archives Deposit) is a service that enable to preserve and disseminate valuable ancient books, manuscripts, prints, visual and audio data, business documents,… of Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums, Enterprises, etc. into digital data, not only for storage, but also for presentation to the public as indexed data searchable from computers, smartphones, and tablets.
*1 "AMLAD" is a trademark or registered trademark of NTT DATA Corporation in Japan, Europe (CTM) and United States.
AMLAD, NTT Data’s digital archive service (begun in 2012), is the result of consolidating many years of NTT Data’s technology expertise and know-how
In combination with our BPO for digitization, we can provide comprehensive service for digital archives: from digitization to publication. Since then, it can support the administrative reform (paperless solution).
We provide comprehensive service from digitization, system implementation to support
Targets do not necessarily be Libraries, Museums and Archives. All the entities who own big amount of contents to be digitally archived can be targeted.
Eternal preservation through digitization
MLA collections include ancient books, manuscripts, artwork, photographs, and film that are precious cultural heritages that must be preserved for future generations. However, the utmost care and attention taken in the preservation of collections cannot always eliminate the effects of aging brought on by the advancement of time which could make some collections inaccessible in the future. Pre-emptively digitizing collections ensures long term preservation and backup of the contents in the event that originals become inaccessible for any reason, and provides various opportunities for using digitized data.
Searching the collection in various ways
The digitized collections can be searched online by end users, with advanced search options based on keywords and categories associated with each item. "Discovery Search" enables to search over several GLAMs includes your organization in one query, which brings new discovery to the end users.
Digitized data can be open to the public through multi device
Archived collections made widely available to the public including researchers and GLAM users on various devices from computers to smartphones, tablets, and other online devices helps contents to be distributed extensively and the valuable information to be inherited by future generations.
We provide full installation support from consultation to training.
Please contact to us:
Public Infrastructure & Financial Department
NTT DATA VIETNAM Co., Ltd
Tel: +84-4-3766 7973 | Fax: +84-4-3766 7974
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The Vatican Apostolic Library is conducting a digitization project in order to create a digital archive with a view to handing on these precious handwritten materials to future generations as an eternal cultural legacy. NTT DATA Corporation has agreed to participate in this Vatican Apostolic Library digitization project, an endeavor that can be considered a major contribution to humanity. In April 2014, NTT DATA began working on the project, with plans to digitize approximately 3,000 handwritten manuscripts over the course of the next four years. Since most of the manuscripts are written on fragile material such as papyrus, they are carefully scanned using specialized equipment followed by adding metadata such as author and keywords, and finally the data is stored in a data center located in Vatican City State. Currently, these digitized collections are partially open to the public online in order to enable visitors search and view them.
Tens of thousands of images and half a million indexed data of the Akita Prefectural Library as well as documents owned by six external institutions including museums, public record offices, and art galleries have been digitized, cross indexed, and made searchable. Each institution originally had used different cataloguing formats, however this complication has been resolved by unifying them using the AMLAD mapping feature, thus powering Discovery Service. The digitized data has been linked to the National Diet Library, to effectively share electronic information and to function as a community hub especially for elderly and young families.