The APSR AONS II project has released a beta version of the Automatic Obsolescence Notification System (AONS).
Here's an excerpt from the announcement on apsr_announcements:
Users can register with the service by providing a URL to a repository's format scan summary. The AONS service will display the summary and allow a repository manager to compare the formats of items in their repository with information from format registries such as PRONOM and Library of Congress. These registries flag any formats that are likely to become obsolete. Repository managers can then make curation decisions about any items at risk, such as upgrading their formats.
By downloading and installing an AONS locally, an institution can also take advantage of a pilot risk metrics implementation. . . .
The AONS software is the result of the AONS II project funded under APSR and developed by David Pearson, David Levy and Matthew Walker from the National Library of Australia (NLA) with an administrative user interface developed by David Berriman at ANU.
The software is able to be downloaded from Sourceforge at http://sourceforge.net/projects/aons and a mailing list is also available for support and feedback. As this is a beta release we welcome feedback to the Sourceforge mailing list to inform our testing which will continue until mid-September.
Please try out the pilot service by sending an email to email@example.com to register with the service, and tell us which institution you are from. . . .