Historical documents such as Old Books, Birth Certificates, Marriage Certificates, Baptism documents, personal letters, contracts, etc., contain structured information whose extraction allows people to reconstruct genealogies and perform demographic studies. However, most of these will vanish eventually since they are either printed or written on ordinary paper, which have a limited lifespan and are easily destroyed over time.

Ancestry

Historical documents that were produced a hundred years ago, such as personal letters, pictures, contracts, newspapers, medical records, etc., are important elements to describe the way society was functioning at any particular period of time. However, most of these will vanish eventually since they are either printed or written on ordinary paper, which has a limited lifespan and easily lost track over time.

Ancestry

Historical documents that were produced a hundred years ago, such as personal letters, pictures, contracts, newspapers, medical records, etc., are important elements to describe the way society was functioning at any particular period of time. However, most of these will vanish eventually since they are either printed or written on ordinary paper, which has a limited lifespan and easily lost track over time.

Historical Document Processing service digitizes and extracts content from old materials for cultural heritage preservation and poses as a contribution to the memory of society. Preserving the historic content in digital format ensures that “the first rough draft of history” is available for future generations. Digitization is used as a supplement (not a replacement) to a long-term archival strategy, which opens a door for community members to connect with their history, provide meaningful insights about who they are and where they come from.

Hundred-year-old historical records pose a lot of challenges and difficulties in processing, such as low-quality images, different scripts, formats, sources, and old language variations.

With more than 18 years of expertise in processing historical records, DIGI-TEXX is a reliable partner with the capability to process over 10 million historical characters per day for companies specializing in ancestry and heritage, European universities, museums, historical associations, and international libraries.

Our historical archives processing service includes:

– Document & Article Classification

– Document Structure Analysis

– Extracting Information of Interest

– Text Transcription & Annotation

– Page Segmentation

We digitize both written and printed materials in more than 30 languages (old German, Spanish, English, Italian, Russian, etc.), regardless of document types, including birth/marriage/death certificates, family records, historical books, etc. in different time frames (earliest 14th century). The combination of human intelligence and AI technologies allows us to guarantee the most achievable accuracy and efficient peak-workload management.

 

Historical Document Processing service digitizes and extracts content from old materials for cultural heritage preservation and poses as a contribution to the memory of society. Preserving the historic content in digital format ensures that “the first rough draft of history” is available for future generations. Digitization is used as a supplement (not a replacement) to a long-term archival strategy, which opens a door for community members to connect with their history, provide meaningful insights about who they are and where they come from.

Hundred-year-old historical records pose a lot of challenges and difficulties in processing, such as low quality images, different scripts, formats, sources, and old language variations.

Historical Document Processing service digitizes and extracts content from old materials for cultural heritage preservation and poses as a contribution to the memory of society. Preserving the historic content in digital format ensures that “the first rough draft of history” is available for future generations. Digitization is used as a supplement (not a replacement) to a long-term archival strategy, which opens a door for community members to connect with their history, provide meaningful insights about who they are and where they come from.

Hundred-year-old historical records pose a lot of challenges and difficulties in processing, such as low quality images, different scripts, formats, sources, and old language variations.

With more than 18 years of expertise in processing historical records, DIGI-TEXX is a reliable partner with the capability to process over 7
-10 million historical characters per day for companies specializing in ancestry and heritage, European universities, museums, historical associations, and international libraries.

Our historical archives processing service includes:
– Document & Article Classification
– Document Structure Analysis
– Extracting Information of Interest
– Text Transcription & Annotation
– Page Segmentation

With more than 18 years of expertise in processing historical records, DIGI-TEXX is a reliable partner with the capability to process over 7
-10 million historical characters per day for companies specializing in ancestry and heritage, European universities, museums, historical associations, and international libraries.

Our historical archives processing service includes:
– Document & Article Classification
– Document Structure Analysis
– Extracting Information of Interest
– Text Transcription & Annotation
– Page Segmentation

We digitize both written and printed materials in more than 30 languages (old German, Spanish, English, Italian, Russian, etc.), regardless of document types, including birth/marriage/death certificates, family records, historical books, etc. in different time frames (as earliest as the 14th century). The combination of human intelligence and AI technologies allows us to guarantee the most achievable accuracy and efficient peak-workload management.

We digitize both written and printed materials in more than 30 languages (old German, Spanish, English, Italian, Russian, etc.), regardless of document types, including birth/marriage/death certificates, family records, historical books, etc. in different time frames (as earliest as the 14th century). The combination of human intelligence and AI technologies allows us to guarantee the most achievable accuracy and efficient peak-workload management.