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march, 2021

25mar2:00 pm3:00 pmDT PixelFlow: Automation and OptimizationsMarch 25 | ONLINE

Event Details

Join us for a tour of DT PixelFlow, our next-gen proprietary workflow software, which delivers best-in-class OCR, metadata, and deliverables. How do we do it? By leveraging the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning, we can deliver preservation-grade assets at unbelievable levels of efficiency.

We didn’t stop there–we’re also going to cover our own cloud-based OCR QC software, CloudFlow. Our answer to quality control management allows your team to access a private network remotely–ensuring OCR outputs are viable and correct.

Lastly, we will have time for Q&A provided at the end of the presentation. We hope you’ll join us.

For more information on the DT PixelFlow click here. More details to be announced.

Featured Speakers

Doug Peterson | Part Owner and Head of R+D and Products at Digital Transitions

Doug is the Head of R+D and Products at Digital Transitions. He has a BS in Commercial Photography from Ohio University and has worked on the technology side of high-end digital imaging his entire career. He is the lead author of the DT Digitization Guides, has presented multiple Short Courses at the IS&T Archiving imaging conference, and is DT’s liaison to the ISO where he works on improving standards for preservation-grade digitization.



Hannah Storch | Project Manager at Pixel Acuity

Hannah is a Project Manager with Pixel Acuity, specializing in cultural heritage digitization. After obtaining her B.A. in Classics and History from Grinnell College, Hannah attended Georgetown University, where she received her master’s degree in Art and Museum Studies. Her role at Pixel Acuity has enabled her to partner with institutions, embracing the opportunities that collection digitization brings to institutions and the communities they serve.




Arnab Chatterjee | Head of Product Management at Digital Transitions

Arnab is the Head of Product Management at Digital Transitions. He has a BS in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University. With a passion for digital imaging, he works to research and develops existing solutions to better serve Cultural Heritage digitization.





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