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After a break of two years we are more than excited to exhibit again at the IFLA World Library Information Congress and will bring the latest products to the 2022 IFLA Exhibition. This year, the exhibition will be held in Dublin, opened from Tuesday, July 26 till Thursday the 28th. We will exhibit together with our distributor Covergold Ltd. Image Access will display a full range of brand new Bookeye book scanning solutions at our booth B104.

For the first time the Bookeye 5 generation will be on display at the IFLA Congress. The Bookeye 5 V3 Kiosk is a handy and smart alternative to copiers. You can even use this self-service system for scanning directly to your mobile device. The larger brother, the Bookeye 5 V2 Archive is a real production scanner. This versatile system is perfect when high quality and maximum productivity scanning in combination with the gentle treatment of books is required. The unique self-adjusting book cradle solution allows scanning either at a 120 degree angle or in horizontal mode..
We are proud to present also our new Bookeye 5 V1A model, a scanner for larger material a bound newspapers. His book cradle is supporting fully opened books at 180 degrees with or without the glass plate as well as partially opened books via its V-shaped book cradle, all in one device.
As you can see, there are many good reasons to visit Image Access at IFLA. We are looking forward to welcoming you in Ireland, Dublin, at our booth!
In addition to IFLA, we are very pleased to present our brand new Bookeye 5 V2 Semiautomatic scanner. Originals up to A2+ in size such as books, magazines, posters, folders or bound documents of any type, can be digitized at high speed and a resolution up to 600 dpi. The unique self-adjusting book cradle solution allows scanning either at a 120 degree angle or in flat mode. The motor-driven V-shaped glass plate enables distortion free scans while it also protects the book binding.
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