Shanghai RFID

Founded on October 10, 2004, Shanghai RFID System Technology Co., Ltd. is a leading automatic management solution provider for libraries in China. The library of Chenyi College, Jimei University is the first library installed with RFID automatic system in China, built by our company. In the past 12 years, we have provided services for more than 400 libraries in China such as National Library of China, Shanghai Library, Hangzhou Library, etc. The services provided by us include library self-service system, book automatic sorting system, digital reading solution, device monitoring, mini library, cloud and big data platform, knowledge discovery system, mobile applications in library, etc. We aim to create value for libraries and benefit readers where we operate.

Website: « http://www.sh-rfid.com »

Synaptica - Linked Canvas

Linked Canvas is an easy-to-use tool designed for the cultural heritage community as well as schools and colleges to build interactive educational resources. Linked Canvas helps people explore artworks and artefacts visually, conceptually and contextually. Linked Canvas is designed and developed by Synaptica, a semantic technology company headquartered in Denver, Colorado. Since 1995 Synaptica has been developing innovative software tools for organizing, indexing and classifying information, and for discovering knowledge.

All of Synaptica's award-winning software products are built on a foundation of open standards and a commitment to client-led solutions and uncompromising customer service. Synaptica provides enterprise-class software support to customers in North and South America, Europe and Asia.

Website: « http://www.linkedcanvas.org »


Tsinghua TongFang Co., Ltd., China

Tongfang Co., Ltd. is a high-tech company established in 1997. Over the years, Tongfang has taken 'developing into a world-class high-tech enterprise' as its goal, and 'serving the society with science and technology' as its mission. The company, by making use of strengths of Tsinghua University in research and human resources, has been implementing such strategies as 'technology + capital', 'cooperation and development' and 'branding + internationalization'. With a corporate culture featuring 'action, exploration and excellence; loyalty, responsibility and value', Tongfang has been making explorations and innovations in industries of information, energy and environment. As of 2013, Tongfang's has a total asset of more than $5 billion. Its annual revenue was over $3.5 billion. Moreover, Tongfang has been listed to the '100 Top Scientific and Technological Enterprises of China', '100 Top Chinese Enterprises in Electronic Information', 'China's Top 100 Enterprises of Credit'.

The company takes 'information, security and energy-saving technology' as its main business and ‘financial investment and Science Park’ as its supporting business. It has developed 12 industry clusters which have a close link to national development and people's well-being, such as smart chip, computer, digital city, big data applications, multimedia, mobile internet , knowledge networks, security, semiconductors and lighting, environmental technology, energy saving and environmental protection. Tongfang has set up technology parks in Beijing, Hebei, Liaoning, Jiangsu, Jiangxi, etc. Tongfang is also active in the financial industry. As of now, Tongfang's sub-companies such as Technovator (Hong Kong stock code : 01206), Guoxin (stock code : 002049), Tellhow (stock code : 600590) have been listed.

Website: « http://en.thtf.com.cn/ »


Danish Bibliographic Centre

DBC's main task is to develop and maintain the bibliographic and IT infrastructure in the Danish libraries.

  • Registration of books, music, AV materials, Internet documents, articles and reviews in newspapers and magazines in the National Bibliography.
  • Developing Danbib, the Danish union catalogue and infrastructure for the interlibrary loan. Danbib comprises the National Bibliography and the holdings of the libraries.
  • Developing bibliotek.dk — the citizen's access to all Danish publications and the holdings of the Danish libraries.

DBC's IT development is based on open source and service oriented architecture. DBC is a public limited company owned by Local Government Denmark and the Danish State.

Website: « http://www.dbc.dk/ »

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