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    DAMS Launched at HK Book Fair 2013

    2013 Hong Kong Book Fair opened on 17 July. C & C Digital Asset Management System (DAMS) was launched in the ceremony at 3CON-001, the Booth of Sino United Publishing (Holdings) on the Fair. This was the 1st time when DAMS was present to the public on the Fair.

    C & C Joint Printing Company (H.K.) Limited (C&C) and Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI) jointly developed the DAMS in about three years catering for the needs of the local industry in Hong Kong with funding support from the Innovation and Technology Commission of HKSAR Government. The top management of C&C was attending the Ceremony with Dr. Chao Shen-chang, Vice President and Group Director of Enterprise & Consumer Electronics Group, ASTRI.

    Mr. Jackson LEUNG (on the right), CEO of C&C and Dr. Chao Shen-chang (on the left), Vice President and Group Director of Enterprise & Consumer Electronics Group, Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute were hosting the Ceremony.

    Creating Publishing Innovation with IT

    “Content is King!” How true is it? Only having content may not necessarily make you the king. How fast you can make the maximum use of the content to be published across multi-media on multi-platforms will make a big difference.

    The top management of C&C was attending the Ceremony with Dr. Chao Shen-chang, Vice President and Group Director of Enterprise & Consumer Electronics Group, Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute.

    DAMS is designed to quickly transform different formats of content into text and graphics accommodating videos and audios clips in the form of well-organized database embedded with metadata for input-once and output-many. The database can be modified and enhanced anytime through the internet connection. The database can also be extracted and reorganized for reprints, new editions, or even new titles. It greatly reduces the cycle time required for editing and publishing.

    Besides facilitating the printing of hardcopy books, it can be used to create edited content for publishing on websites with interactive elements and electronic trading. It can also generate various formats of e-books to be viewed on computers, tablets, and smart phones breaking the boundary barriers for publishing and distribution. Book sales could be done 24 hours a day and 7 days a week on the internet. It can also help to publish e-textbooks to facilitate e-learning for institutions promoting education and cultural heritage, not to mention corporate training. All contents on the system are well-protected by Digital Right Management.

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