Likewise, this seems to be the purpose of OCLC's ILS synchronization
gateway (see http://www.oclc.org/us/en/productworks/ilsgateway.htm): detect
changes in member libraries' records and add any new content to the OCLC
Although, based on your description, it sounds like SkyRiver's system is
operational and not still a pilot project.
Mac wrote, in part:
>Rather than allowing select libraries to manually upgrade records (as
>OCLC does), SkyRiver has established an automated system to compare
>records downloaded from SkyRiver with the versions in client
>catalogues. This can result, for example, in the adding of 505
>contents and 520 summaries to the SkyRiver version of the record.