At IBC2019 the company is encouraging visitors to gain some first-hand experience on what industrial digitisation entails: The company has brought an in-house digitisation factory to its stand.
Christophe Kummer, managing partner of NOA, said: “Our solutions let users perform in-house digitisation so they no longer need to outsource, are intuitive, efficient and reduce costs. Two main points of focus for us at IBC are long-term archiving in open standards and the facilitation of industrial AV legacy migration.”
Part of the display is the NOA mediARC Archive Asset Management (AAM) system, which operates in accordance to OAIS recommendations. Among other things, this results in the separation of user and production management domains and the division of content on its original media format from its digital representation within the archival storage. Also in the spotlight will be the NOA jobDB 4.1 workflow system, which brings users increased efficiency and reduced labour costs among other benefits. jobDB 4.1 features physical carrier handling with tools, such as BarcodeStation and UniversalDialoguer. The system can manage up to 1000+ carriers in a single workflow each day, massively increasing efficiency and lowering labour costs.
NOA Archive is exhibiting at IBC2019 on Stand 8.D91.