Basic model with integrated 3-zone lightingElarScan A2-400
Scan self-service "Walk-up"ElarScan A2-400WU
Semi-automatic scanning with flip-up flattening glassElarScan A2-400(600)KS
Semi-automatic scanning with interchangeable glassesElarScan A2-RA
Floor model with deep motorized cradleElarScan A2-450(650)KS
In August 2020, two famous cultural centers of the Czech Republic received professional planetary scanners ElarScan A2-KS and began work - the Czech Technical University in Prague and the old Strahov Monastery. New scanners are used to digitize collections of historical documents, rare and valuable artifacts. The first scanning projects will be completed by the end of the year.
The professional scanner ElarScan A2 is involved in the creation of a virtual collection of historical documents in the central state of Brazil. During the year, 1,316 issues of the Journal of Justice were digitized within the walls of the Tocantins State Court.
“Lyuben Karavelov” in Ruse is one of the oldest Bulgarian libraries. The cultural institution is a leading center for providing access to knowledge, information and services in the region. In September 2019, ElarScan universal book scanner was installed in the library’s Digital center who creates unique e-book collections. The new ElarScan A2-400KS proved to be very convenient for scanning old printed books and manuscripts, as well as modern publications.
A new universal document scanner, the ElarScan A2-600 KS was presented to the 39th GITEX Technology Week Exhibition at the Dubai World Trade Centre. The novelty caused admiring reviews from visitors and numerous meetings with new partnership agreements and contracts signed.
New ElarScan A2 all-in one professional planetary document “dream-scanner” is to be presented at GITEX Technology Week, the biggest technology event in the Middle East, North Africa & South Asia on 6-10 October 2019 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. An event not to be missed so visit www.elarscan.com for details and complimentary tickets.
Masaryk University in Brno is the most popular university in Czechia. It was founded in 1919 by one of the first decrees of young independent Czechoslovak Republic. Library of Economics and administration faculty received book scanners “ElarScan” in summer of 2018, students and staff use new professional equipment for self-digitization of literature, as well as to upload their own works and documents to University servers.
Employees of Mannix Library at Catholic Theological College in East Melbourne, greatly appreciate their new universal scanner ElarScan A2, noting its versatility and convenience, and its ability to carefully scan valuable originals. In February 2019, Elarscan was installed in the library’s Special Collections Room and began to be used for digitizing rare books, folios, and other unique materials
Bulgarian National library SS. Cyril and Methodius continues with digitization of rare books. The first item digitized with ElarScan A2 was a famous Lovech Four Gospels copied by Petar Gramatik of the middle XVI century with a silver cover from the end of XVIII century.
“Scansystem Ltda”, partner of ELAR Corp. (Russia) in Brazil, introduced the Elarscan book scanner at the conference “National Seminar for Universities Libraries (SNBU)” in Salvador — Bahia (Brazil).
InoTec Pty Ltd, a partner of ELAR Corp. (Russia) in Australia and New Zealand, presented the Elarscan book scanner at the conference of the Victorian Association of library automation– VALA - Libraries, Technology and the Future Inc (VALA) in Melbourne.