Electronic Knowledge Base

The company has successfully completed the alley SOFTWARE project to create an electronic archive of documents of St. Petersburg University of State Fire Service Emergency in Russia. Alley SOFTWARE company, founded in St. Petersburg in 1997, develops and implements software and hardware of electronic archives, provides stream scanning and input of large volumes of paper documents, as well as consulting services in IT-sphere. St.

Petersburg Fire Service Emergency – higher education, implements educational programs of higher professional and postgraduate training of scientific, technical and of the teaching staff. Institute of Continuing Professional Education (The University) provides retraining and skills development for more than 30 categories of rescuers in Russia. St. Petersburg Emergency Fire Service has a number of offices in Leningrad, Moscow, Murmansk, Tomsk oblasts, cities of Russia (Magadan Makhachkala) and Kazakhstan (Alma-Ata). With so many branches and an obvious need for students creating a single repository of information – an electronic archive of educational materials for all students and staff with necessary materials. Completed project is divided into several stages: scanning the array of documents, processing, indexing, and creating direct electronic storage of images obtained documents.

For this has been implemented in-house development of the company – an electronic archive Archive Alley 3, used in the web interface of the web 2.0 technologies and Ajax can arrange an easy and fast access to the electronic catalog on the Internet. "Our company has long and successfully engaged in introduction electronic archives of a variety of organizations, "- said Stanislav Kim, CEO of Alley SOFTWARE -" but to work closely with libraries, including high school, and other government agencies, allowed us to gain really valuable experience in scanning huge amounts of cross-linked documents. We hope that the availability of rapid access to relevant information will be one of the conditions for the preparation of specialists, including those studying remotely, as for the State Fire Service, and in general for the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia. "