Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 20, 2012
Card Scanning Solutions, CSSN Inc., a leading developer of image processing solutions and Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology, will be exhibiting together with Building Intelligence, Inc. at the Police Security Expo 2012. This annual event will be held at the Atlantic City Convention Center in New Jersey on the 26th and 27th of June. Exhibiting at Booth 1919, CSSN will demonstrate their SnapShell® ID reader which has been integrated into the applications and tools provided by Building Intelligence, Inc. to streamline and enhance visitor management. These state-of-the-art solutions offer a time- and cost effective means of automated information collection which is ideal for access control and the result is greater efficiency, limited human error, increased security and reduced costs.
Building Intelligence Inc., understands facility management and their online facility management system offers a wide range of applications and tools which can be scalable to any size facility including hospitals, hotels, restaurants, offices, schools and more. These solutions simplify the exchange of products, services, and information among building owners, office managers, tenants and vendors which then translates into reduced operational costs and increased profitability and efficiency. In the field of access, Building Intelligence, Inc. has integrated products such as their Shortpath Visitor Management System and Electronic Logbook System with CSSN’s SnapShell® ID scanner. This ID reader is a revolutionary ID camera scanner which captures driver’s license information quickly and accurately. This data can then be identified, authenticated and stored into a logbook which enables the ability to create and maintain accurate electronic records of every incoming visitor into a facility. Shortpath’s Facility Management Portal and Visitor Management System contain private-label capabilities which allow companies to brand the system as their own, using customized colors and logos.
The Shortpath Electronic Logbook application from Building Intelligence, Inc. focuses on improving the security of any facility by enabling the quick and easy capture and extraction of complete visitor data from a driver’s license. The check-in of visitors occurs within seconds with CSSN’s SnapShell® ID scanner and the application from Shortpath then creates a complete electronic record of all visitors including their movement around a facility. The SnapShell® ID reader offers comprehensive coverage of government-issued identification and when combined with OCR software it can also read driver’s licenses and ID cards of all 50 US states and over 45 countries around the world. With its easy plug and play installation, ID reading with CSSN’s SnapShell® ID scanner, is as simple as snapping a picture. Once a card is placed on the scanner, the auto-detect feature triggers scanning and it is able to extract both data and images from the ID card. This ability gives the flexibility to capture a full image of the ID card, or to only capture the face and signature image.
The SnapShell® uses a 3 mega-pixel camera built into its base and it offers high quality, fast image capture of 1 second for 300 dpi and 2 seconds for 600 dpi. The ID scanner’s innovative geometric design features a small footprint and it is a low maintenance solution which has no moving parts and requires no calibration. CSSN recently announced the ability to connect multiple SnapShell® camera scanners to the same computer via USB. Users can consecutively scan numerous drivers’ licenses while the vital information is being read and extracted. If there are insufficient USB ports available, a USB hub can be used to add additional scanners. This solution increases the accuracy and efficiency within any arena that requires the collection and maintenance of ID data such as hotels and medical clinics.
With CSSN’s comprehensive OCR Software Developers Kit (SDK), the advanced reading technology of the SnapShell® ID reader has been easily incorporated directly into Business Intelligence’s software application giving one full access to the automated data-collection process. The core benefit of this is its ability to empower the front desk or lobby in any industry. The Police Security Expo 2012 in Atlantic City will give you the opportunity to learn more about the exciting and innovative solutions from CSSN and Business Intelligence so step into Booth 1919 and experience the ideal solutions for visitor management and access control.
About the Police Security Expo
The Police Security Expo is held annually and it is the industry’s longest running, most respected and best known product-based forum. Professionals charged with the responsibility of securing their communities and businesses, while protecting themselves on the job will have access to a wide variety of products such as, uniforms, transport vehicles, forcible entry tools, weapons, crime scene investigation aids, wireless services, digital cameras, warning lights, surveillance products, visitor management solutions and more. The core goal of the Police Security Expo is to provide a platform to enable both visitors and exhibitors to view and display goods, products and services to make the police force safer and more effective on the job.
Additional information on the image processing solutions offered by CSSN, Inc. can be found at http://www.card-reader.com
Card Scanning Solutions (CSSN Inc.) is a leading developer of card reading and image processing technologies. They are renowned for developing an OCR engine that can read the driver licenses and ID’s from all 50 states and over 80 countries. Their high-level DSP (digital signal processing) algorithms are able to filter and clean tarnished images received from an ID scanner, which differentiates their technology from other OCR providers. CSSN Inc. offers valuable solutions that significantly increase productivity, save time and money and result in greater efficiency in a wide variety of industries including Medical, Financial, Hospitality, Security and more.
For more information contact:
Celeste Monzon, Marketing Manager