The documents you store represent your technical heritage, your commitments, items of evidence and compliance, rights to be protected and sums to be recovered. Make this documentary capital a key to competitiveness.
National Geographic Institute
The IGN (National Geographic Institute) is required by the State to produce geographic data for national territory and make it available to the public (in the form of maps, electronic files or via its website Géoportail).
In order to create a geographic database linking the cadastral data of the DGI (General Directorate for Taxes) with the Institute's geographical data, the IGN has entrusted Numen with the complex task of producing digital images. This involves georeferencing, transformation, the processing of connections and the assembly of scanned cadastral maps.
The vectorial input of administrative boundaries required the processing of 200,000 cadastral maps, representing 10 million video encoded reference points.
Deputy Managing Director Numen Digital
Every organisation is confronted with the explosion of internal and external content, unstructured and in multiple formats and media. The mastery and optimisation of this content, a real documentary heritage to be organised as a knowledge base, is one of the cornerstones for the development of these businesses.
Numen intervenes in project and advice mode to organise this documentary heritage in electronic form in association with customers' business processes. The spectrum of expertise is wide: paperless systems, deployment of digitisation sites, image processing, automatic document recognition/reading, semantic indexing and text-mining...
From early printed documents to invoices, from photography to newspapers, from an A0 plan to technical documents, no document can resist Numen".