CeBIT is Once Again Platform for Introduction of New Crowley Company Scan Systems

Frederick, Md. – Once again, The Crowley Company will use CeBIT, the world’s largest trade fair showcasing digital IT and telecommunications solutions for home and work environments, as the platform for the international debut of new scan and imaging systems.

This year the company will introduce a brand new archive scanner from EPM Equipment’s IMAGELINK brand, the i7380 reference archive scanner. The successor to KODAK’s popular i7300, the IMAGELINK i7380 scanner, manufactured by Crowley, reverses the inefficient aspects of traditional microfilm retrieval by offering quick view times, multiple output/delivery options and even more work-saving functionality. The IMAGELINK i7380 Scanner Application Software interface goes beyond other 16mm film scanning products, offering complete connectivity with various database systems via the database connector option, local and wide area network integration, optional batch scanning for large quantities of images and consistently fast and accurate digital image retrieval.

Also new to the market and being displayed for the first time internationally is Crowley’s UTrieve Universal Digital Retrieval System, designed by the firm’s Wicks and Wilson division. This software system allows users to access their previously scanned strip film or other microform in their original format at the touch of a button from a desktop, laptop, tablet or smart phone. Using patented technology that draws from Crowley’s industry-leading Wicks and Wilson and Mekel Technology manufactured brands, UTrieve operates from a cross-brand platform that allows owners of images scanned from either brand to view, print, save or send images from their workstation, home or road.

Working from three key components – access to film repositories, an indexed database and the UTrieve software – UTrieve maximizes initial capture investment by offering maximum image exposure to a network, client or patron base.

Notes Christopher Crowley, president of The Crowley Company, “The value of debuting new capture systems at CeBIT is immeasurable for reaching our growing international market base. The global reach of CeBIT offers a smart venue to introduce products that we manufacture and sell worldwide and also allows us to simultaneously meet face-to-face with many of the resellers in our network that we don’t have the opportunity to see personally on a regular basis because of geography.”

InoTec, Mekel Technology, Wicks and Wilson and Zeutschel systems also on display

Also available for demonstration in the company’s booth will be the following scanners:

The Crowley Company will exhibit in Hall 3, Stand G30.

About The Crowley Company

The Crowley Company is a world-leader in digital and analog film technologies and provides an extensive number of digital document and film conversion services to the academic, publishing, commercial, government and archive sectors. The company manufactures, distributes and services high-speed microfilm, microfiche, aperture card, book and document scanners, microfilm duplicators, film processors and micrographics equipment. Manufactured brands include Mekel Technology, Wicks and Wilson, HF Processors and Extek Microsystems.

About CeBIT

CeBIT is the world’s largest trade fair showcasing digital IT and telecommunications solutions for home and work environments and will take place March 10-14 in Hanover, Germany. The key target groups are users from industry, the wholesale/retail sector, skilled trades, banks, the services sector, government agencies, science and all users passionate about technology.

CeBIT offers an international platform for comparing notes on current industry trends, networking, and product presentations. Deutsche Messe AG has organized CeBIT in Hannover each spring since 1986.