Access-IS is delighted to announce another integration of its OCR310e OCR OEM engine into the recently launched Aratek Marshall all-in-one mobile identification and authentication solution
KATE Systems, a leading provider of management and cashless systems for Casinos and Gaming Arcades, have just deployed Access-IS Atom’s® at gaming venues across Belgium. The KATE systems include a customer registration module which is currently mandated by Belgian law, a requirement now also likely in many other countries.
As the global headquarters of the Kōyasan Shingon sect of Japanese Buddhism, Mt. Kōya was registered by UNESCO as world heritage site in 2004. Mt Kōya is well known by Japanese and non-Japanese alike as a destination to experience a uniquely spiritual atmosphere with opportunities to participate in Buddhist rituals and teachings.
Smartmatic, the leading provider of electronic voting systems, has deployed 4,200 voter authentication devices fitted with Access-IS optical character recognition (OCR) in the recent Armenian parliamentary elections.
ADASoft commits to Access-IS OCR315e & OCR316e swipe readers to provide a new level of functionality to their class-leading eCamping and eXelsio hotel PMS (Property Management System) systems. The Access-IS readers will speed up registration, reduce errors and enhance the guest experience by seamlessly reading, capturing and transferring the OCR data from passports and international ID cards as well as credit card data into the eXelsio and eCamping applications.
Access-IS, a leading manufacturer of custom and specialist keyboards has just delivered a space saving custom keyboard design to the Microbiology Laboratory at Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
The Kings Ferry, Kent’s leading luxury commuter coach service, has just taken delivery of a Mobile Onboard ticketing solution featuring Access-IS barcode readers. The service guarantees a luxury seat, in air conditioned comfort on the 44 minute journey into London from the Kent countryside whilst still delivering a cost saving to passengers compared to the train.
Flytoget, the Oslo airport express train operator has just installed Access-IS barcode readers as part of its digital transformation program which aims to deliver an enhanced customer experience. The Access-IS LSR116 OEM 2D barcode reader has been integrated by Xerox into fare gates at stations along the airport express route. This line moves passengers from Oslo Airport to the centre of Oslo in 19 minutes and then on a further 50 kilometres to Drammen.
Arriva Trains Wales (ATW) is now live with a new mobile ticketing solution featuring Access-IS’ 1D/2D barcode readers at stations across Wales. Responding to the ever growing trend towards mobile and print at home ticketing, ATW commissioned Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS) to provide a solution that allow customers with mobile tickets to access the rail network.