References

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Museum für Naturkunde

Berlin, 2017-2018

Delivery of an automated system for mass-digitization of the insect collections.

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Ottawa, 2018-2019

Delivery of an automated system for mass-digitization of the herbarium collections.

The Arctic University Museum of Norway

Troms, 2019-2020

Digitization of 200,000 herbarium sheets of the vascular plant collection. Carried out in January-June 2020 at Bioshare’s factory in Joensuu, Finland. More news to follow soon.

Natural History Museum of Denmark

Copenhagen, 2017-2018

Digitization of the Zygaenidae (Lepidoptera) collection, 4,000 specimens.

Finnish Museum of Natural History

Helsinki, 2018-2020

Consultation for the European Union research infrastructure project “Innovation and consolidation for large-scale digitization of natural heritage” (ICEDIG) www.icedig.eu