Success Stories

Meet some of the 50000+ users
that realised exceptional projects with Transkribus

4 weeks ago
The Fondazione Banco di Napoli preserves the Historical Archive of the Banco di Napoli, the largest complex of historical-economic documentation in the world. This enormous treasure of paper collects the ...
2 months ago
Over the last 150 years, large edition series have shaped hanseatic research. Around 1900, a group of historians had collected and brought between book covers a vast amount of material ...
2 months ago
A central goal of the research project “Mapping Medieval Vienna” is to make the Viennese land registers of the 15th century available to the public. This is because the land ...
5 months ago
Over the course of its history, the colony of New France covered large portions of North America. Its main center was in the city of Québec, which was then the ...
6 months ago
From the digitization with the ScanTent, to the use of artificial intelligence for the recognition of the handwritten forms through to the publication of the documents using read&search – with ...
6 months ago
My first encounter with Transkribus was driven by envy. In 2014 I helped to draft an unsuccessful Horizon 2020 proposal at Trinity College Dublin for a call that was won ...
7 months ago
The National Library of Finland has reprocessed almost two million historical newspaper pages with the Transkribus automatic text recognition workflow in cooperation with READ-COOP. The greatly improved recognition results convinced ...
7 months ago
In 2016 I joined the READ project for the state archives of Zurich. Within the large project, I became part of the dissemination working group and responsible for the alignment ...
8 months ago
“Iurisprudentia” is a project of the Department of Private Law with a focus on the Civil Code at the University of Zurich, led by Prof. Dr. Walter Boente. It aims ...
8 months ago
The Vienna City Library has already implemented three projects with Transkribus. Their first project was the Lehmann address books. All of Vienna’s main tenants from 1859 to 1942 are listed ...
8 months ago
The largest, and richest, collection of documents kept inside the Amsterdam City Archives are no doubt the Notarial Archives, starting from 1578. It spans over 30.000 volumes and after 8,6 ...
8 months ago
The aim of the Greifswald project is the complete digitization and full-text indexing of the verdict files of the Greifswald Faculty of Law, namely the statement of reasons for the ...
9 months ago
The project REPUBLIC aims to create a searchable online edition of the resolutions of the States-General of the Dutch Republic (1576-1796). This federal assembly, in which each of the seven ...
9 months ago
Digital Publications are the latest addition to the DH Lab of the Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute for Art History in Rome (https://www.biblhertz.it), and the goal is to to ...