Hindi-language giant Dainik Jagran has upgraded image enhancement to take advantage of new software developments.
A new version of Serif's Affinity Publisher layout application addresses most of the shortcomings of the V1.8 version about which columnist Kevin Slimp wrote enthusiastically in November.
Australia's Nine newspapers have harnessed AI including Google's Vision engine in the first phase of a project to automate image enhancement and workflow.
Kodak will licence PerfectPattern's sPrint One software under an agreement with the artificial intelligence manufacturing solutions specialist.
Agfa reckons its new plate loading robot could save employees from up to 230 tonnes of heavy lifting a year.
Agfa has launched a new "spiral-shaped" screening technology for newspapers it says will hold a 1-99 per cent dot.
Kodak says US catalogue printer Inserts East is saving time and money with its process-free plates.
Belgian digital press maker Xeikon, which is an OEM partner of Agfa for CTP systems - is consolidating production ahead of its next 'leap forward'.
Sixteen years after adopting two ppi Media workflow tools at its Grand Rapids Press, Advance Local has extended the solution across all its 14 company and third-party print sites.
Newspaper printers in South Korea, Sri Lanka and New Zealand are among winners of Kodak's Sonora Green Leaf Award.
Plate processing has given way to table tennis at South Korean newspaper printer SRB Media following a switch to CTP and process-free plates.
Agfa is extending its 11-year experience with 'chemical free' violet plates with a new product it claims is the first not to require pre-heating.
Spanish plate manufacturer Ipagsa Industrial is selling its prepress business - but not its Barcelona manufacturing facilities - to Agfa Graphics.
A partnership with Lucky HuaGuang Graphics will see the Chinese company making printing plates for Agfa Graphics using its IP.
A new version of Agfa's Apogee workflow which automates all prepress tasks is a "major step forward in production efficiency", according to the company's Erik Peeters.
Two new Agfa software modules for GCR and standardised print join the company's ECO³ programme.
A glossy event in Manila saw the launch of Kodak's Sonora and Sword Max plates in the Philippines.
Agfa says its new Adamas thermal plate will bring new levels of robustness to newspaper and commercial web applications.
AI-based deep learning has been added to Dalim's ES media production platform in what the German developer says is a significant update to last year's new version.
Claro image software developer Elpical has appointed Derek Milne as international sales and marketing manager.
A three-year contract with Kodak will see Australia's Fairfax Media switch its high-volume sites to the company's process-free Sonora News plates.
A move to "chemistry-free" Agfa plate technology is part of a multi-year supply contract at NZME's Auckland print site.
A new generation of Kodak thermal platesetters offer savings for lower-throughput users, plus new control options.
OneVision says it has struck the "perfect balance" between flexibility and automation with an upgrade of its workflow management software.
Twenty years after its first release, Enfocus has announced an update to its PitStop PDF preflight and correction software and new support arrangements.
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