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Integration of easydb into interdisciplinary scientific research projects at the Bibliotheca Hertziana

The integration of easydb into Bibliotheca Hertziana's interdisciplinary academic research projects enables advanced research data management focused on global art history with a focus on Latin American art.
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The 2nd network meeting of the easydb / fylr community

On February 13, 2024, 46 participants gathered for the second network meeting of the easydb / fylr community, where innovative developments such as the 3D viewer plugin and the switch to fylr were discussed. The event provided a platform for exchanging information about technological advances and the future direction of the software, supported by contributions from leading experts from various libraries and research institutions.
Image of a historical newspaper for museum Detusches Zeitungsmuseum University of Augsburg

University of Augsburg opens a api of press history with easydb

The University of Augsburg, in collaboration with the German Newspaper museum Foundation, is launching a project to research an extensive newspaper collection spanning five centuries, funded by the Free State of Bavaria and the city of Augsburg. Using our easydb software, this historical collection is digitized and cataloged, making it accessible for research, teaching and the public.
Vector Info rmatik GmbH with orange overlay for the successful introduction of the fylr software from Programmfabrik

Programmfabrik and DAM United AG: Joint success at Vector Info rmatik GmbH

Vector Info rmatik GmbH modernized its Digital Asset Management ( DAM ) system by switching to fylr with our partner, DAM United AG. This transition included efficient migration of 30,000 digital assets and customization to Vector's specific needs, significantly improving management and usage.
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2nd network meeting of the easydb / fylr community on February 13, 2024

The second network meeting of the " easydb / fylr community" will take place on February 13, 2024 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., focusing on the exchange of easydb instances in the scientific and GLAM sectors. Participation is possible without registration; the access link will be provided shortly before the meeting.
Letterbox with fylr logo

Update of the company address: Programmfabrik GmbH

Since January 1st, 2024, Programmfabrik GmbH has been located at a new address: Heinrich-Roller-Straße 16B, 10405 Berlin. Customers, suppliers and business partners are asked to update their records and send future correspondence to this address.
Census Project: Photo of the website's home page

The Census Project: Reconstructing the Renaissance using fylr

The Census Project, a historical initiative to reconstruct the Renaissance, leverages cutting-edge technology through the implementation of fylr . This integration has increased research efficiency and accessibility and shows how digital technologies can enrich the humanities.
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easydb / fylr community: An independent network for users

The easydb / fylr community is an independent network that focuses on the use of the easydb and fylr software in research and teaching. It promotes the exchange of knowledge and experiences and aims to further develop the software from the user's perspective.

We've moved!

Programmfabrik has moved its headquarters to Heinrich-Roller-Straße 16b, 10405 Berlin, in order to adapt the working environment to the needs of the predominantly remote employees. The new offices offer flexible, modern workspaces that encourage creativity and collaboration in a dynamic space.
Wax record from 1925 as an example image for the Fonoteka project

Extension of fylr and easydb to include Uzbek and Russian as part of the Fonoteka project

Through the collaboration within the Fonoteka project, the digital collection and digital asset solutions fylr (the successor to easydb ) and easydb will be expanded to include Uzbek and Russian languages. Originally available in German, English, French, Danish, Finnish and Swedish, this expansion will further improve use and accessibility for researchers and interested parties in additional countries.