Does anyone really think that simply scanning a document means it is digitized? By no means! In fact, that’s when the real work and most fascinating part of the process begins. To make use of the scanned documents and/or manage them, we need to know what they are about. This involves a key transformation process, which has improved immensely in recent years. In fact, there are now OCR and ICR applications that can even recognize notoriously indecipherable doctors’ scripts! KADMOS GmbH from Switzerland currently leads the field in this art and will be unveiling the brand new version 7.0 of its KADMOS best OCR and ICR engine under the banner "Your way of recognition" in Hannover.
KADMOS 7.0 boasts some superb features including PDF import and output, full text recognition for virtually all kinds of document, improved ID-card recognition and image data processing. It can even accurately recognize images with a complex background. KADMOS 7.0 also offers mobile OCR and ICR for smartphones and can process printed and handwritten Vietnamese, Thai, Hebrew and Cyrillic characters (OCR and ICR). Thanks to its groundbreaking improved mathematical Support Vector Machine procedure, KADMOS text recognition is now up to ten times more accurate than its rivals – and all this using far less computer power to achieve maximum performance.