OCR Readers

Controls & Controllers, Automatic ID, Vision Systems, Sensors, Monitors & Transducers

Iris Authentication System can identify 50 people/min.

April 22, 2013

Able to authenticate 50 people/min at distance of 4 ft, HBOX® access control system suits such rapid-throughput areas as airports, stadiums, and enterprise environments. This high-throughput iris recognition device delivers video-based, real-time, at-a-distance, in-motion iris capture and stores user records onboard. Identity authentication system connects via Wiegand, F/2/F, Relay, and Ethernet for integration with existing access control platforms. Read More

Automatic ID, Vision Systems, Sensors, Monitors & Transducers, Software

OCR Technology keeps misreads to minimum.

March 8, 2012

Suited for use across all In-Sight® vision system and VisionPro® vision software platforms, OCRMax(TM) can handle character variations, text skew, proportional fonts, and variable string lengths. Segmenting functionality takes each character line and splits it into individual regions that each contains one character, ensuring OCRMax can recognize distorted, touching, and variably spaced characters. Tool can also accommodate uneven surfaces and lighting variations on production line. Read More

Optics & Photonics, Automatic ID

Forensic-Level Reader authenticates taggants through windows.

January 21, 2011

Fostering enforcement of motor vehicle safety laws and regulations, CarSure can read taggants (optical codes) and authenticate documents through car windows. Invisible taggants are integrated into documents during manufacturing process and thereafter can only be detected by CarSure reader. Taggants can be incorporated into any material, including plastics commonly used in stickers affixed to car windows, and are active for entire life of document. Read More

Automatic ID, Optics & Photonics

Mobile ID Reader provides 5 data capture modes.

December 9, 2010

Suited for border management, law enforcement, and transportation, handheld Model MD6000 enables users to validate multiple types of IDs while in field. Unit is equipped with readers for optical character recognition, 3-track magnetic stripes, contactless RF chips and contact chips, as well as optical single fingerprint capture. After data is captured, device encrypts and relays it via wireless Bluetooth technology to user's laptop, tablet PC, or smartphone. Read More

Automatic ID

License Plate Recognition System offers high-speed operation.

February 18, 2010

Enclosed in weatherproof package, Model C50 contains all hardware and software required for LPR system, requiring only power supply. System recognizes license plates of vehicles traveling at speeds up to 200 km/hour. It can connect to central server or client application with HTS's SeeData networking application and via XML protocol messages and transmit them over TCP/IP or wireless network. Integrated dual-core SBC manages unit, controls recognition cycle, and communicates with network. Read More

Automatic ID, Vision Systems, Sensors, Monitors & Transducers

Vision System links license plate data to ticket holders.

July 14, 2009

License Plate Recognition (LPR) solution lets cars enter/exit sports stadium parking lots easily and rapidly, avoiding bottlenecks and allowing VIP entry while enhancing security and helping police. Through implementation of pre-purchased parking tickets, system permits accelerated entry/egress based on registration of ticket owner's license plate number. System can also notify game officials via text message when certain VIPs enter parking lot. Read More

Automatic ID, Vision Systems, Sensors, Monitors & Transducers

License Plate Recognition System features all-in-one design.

March 31, 2009

Requiring only power supply, fully enclosed Model C5 contains embedded microprocessor, camera, illumination unit, vehicle motion detector, Wi-Fi communications, and license plate recognition software. All LPR functions are automated within system, including comparison to database, and output to gate or barrier. Authorized vehicle numbers are stored on unit's database, and pre-registered users can access and modify it via internal web server interface using LAN or Internet connection. Read More

Computer Hardware & Peripherals, Optics & Photonics, Automatic ID

Card Reader features intuitive optical user interface.

March 17, 2009

Able to display alpha-numeric digits and Asian character sets, DIGIPASS® 835a features optical interface for automatic download of encrypted data from PC onto display. Data is transferred by holding optical interface in front of computer screen. Utilizing 5 phototransistors, optical technology has data transmission speed of 20 fps and can be used with CRT, TFT, LCD, LED, and plasma screens. EMV-PLA-compliant, reader is suited for e-banking solutions in countries that use PIN-less payment cards. Read More