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CKC LogoCanadian Kennel Club Selects Ristech

The Canadian Kennel Club selects Ristech technology to scan breeders books dating back to the 1800’s.

With the use of Ristech book scanners The Canadian Kennel Club is able to preserve a rare and historical collection of books and documents pertaining to the clubs history. The collection can now be accessed through computers eliminating the need to leaf through the fragile books.

ParksCanada 300x300Parks Canada in Halifax has begun using the ST Viewscan III for their film/fiche collection.
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Parks Canada's Mandate


On behalf of the people of Canada, we protect and present nationally significant examples of Canada's natural and cultural heritage and foster public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment in ways that ensure their ecological and commemorative integrity for present and future generations.

RnRHOFThe Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Technology by Ristech selected by The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Adam Matthew Digital to capture rare books and documents.

Ristech has just completed a book and rare document digitization project at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. In partnership with the Rock Hall, and Adam Matthew Digital, Ristech provided in-house technology and labor to scan a collection of Rock History.

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By: Michael Robinson Staff Reporter, Published on Tue Feb 02 2016 in The Toronto Star

Get ready to pass the soy sauce.

The University of Toronto Scarborough has ordered up a banquet of 10,000 Chinese restaurant menus and relevant tchotchkes.

The mother lode of menus was purchased for about $40,000 from Harley Spiller, a world-famous U.S. collector. Spiller said that while he didn’t invent the art of collecting menus, he has taken “it to a level few have gone before.”

Guinness World Records recognized the international collection in 2005 as the largest of its kind.

Harvard LogoHarvard University Library



Harvard University Library purchases more book scanning technology from Ristech Inc.

Impressed with the initial book scanner order Harvard University Libraries recently placed an additional order for Ristech book scanning technology.

The Spirit book scanner is designed as a walk-up, patron use device that allows the students to capture digital images from a book without pressing the book down onto glass or flatbed scanners. The book scanner is completely gentle as it is an overhead scanner and there is no pressure on the binding.

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