News & Events
Products from PDF Tools AG are always undergoing further development to accommodate customer input and market requirements; we are also continuously developing new products that we would like to show you here. You can also find us at leading trade shows, conferences and experts' conventions. We will be pleased to inform you in person.
Salon Documation 2020
PDF Tools AG has decided to cancel its planned participation in 2020. Instead, we look forward to your visit in 2021.
PDF Days Europe 2020
Due to the situation with the corona virus, PDF Days Europe 2020 has been cancelled. The PDF Association is evaluating finding a replacement date for the event later this year. Stay tuned!
Blogroll PDF Expert Blog
The expert blog for developer, OEM’s, integrators and all intersted parties relanting the daily challenges within the PDF universe.
Autor: Dr. Hans Bärfuss
PAdES - PDF Advanced Electronic Signature
Does OCR make sense for digitally generated PDFs?
Using native applications in a PDF document conversion service
Importing images into a PDF file - a seemingly trivial task
PDF 2.0 - A quick overview
How to deal with poor PDF quality
The versatility of a PDF viewer
The caveats of assembling PDF/A documents
Press - Turn those files into pixels! - DOK, 2018-4
Everyone seems to be talking about digitalization these days. The moment a pixel becomes involved, someone is sure to utter that ever-so-popular buzzword soon after. And the name dropping of the numerous companies, digital philosophers and data gurus isn’t far behind. But what exactly do companies gain in the case of capturing?
Press - Quality over quantity - BIT, 2017-3
Interview Hans Bärfuss – PDF Tools is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year. Despite its relatively short history, it has been very successful so far. BIT caught up with the company’s founder Dr. Hans Bärfuss to discuss the secret to his success, a surprise trip to mark the company’s anniversary, the advantages of having a centralized development department, and the challenges facing the archivists of the future.