As the pioneering leader in handwriting recognition technology, we want to bring developers, device manufacturers, and industry visionaries together to create a global digital writing ecosystem
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 14, 2014
MyScript, the acknowledged market leader in accurate, high-performance handwriting recognition and digital ink management technology, will host its third annual global developer conference. The event is dedicated to providing education, industry updates, and networking opportunities to device manufacturers (OEMs), independent software vendors (ISVs), app developers, and technology providers.
On October 21 and 22 at the JW Marriott Union Square, MyScript has lined up an exciting schedule of industry experts and innovators to share how the digital writing market has evolved, the emerging ecosystem, industry use cases, and what to expect for the future of the technology. Confirmed presenters include senior executives from Adobe, Audi, IDC, Khan Academy, Marquardt GmbH, Mona Lisa Sound, NeoLAB Convergence, Inc., N-trig, and Wacom. A solution showcase and networking event will highlight products and applications leveraging MyScript technology.
On the second day of the event, MyScript will present its technology roadmap and provide a preview of the latest innovations from its research center MyScript Labs. Attendees will also have the opportunity to attend in-depth technology workshops and learn how to leverage MyScript handwriting recognition technology in their applications and solutions.
“As the pioneering leader in handwriting recognition technology, we want to bring developers, device manufacturers, and industry visionaries together to create a global digital writing ecosystem,” said Paddy Padmanabhan, CEO, MyScript. “By doing this, we can foster a collaborative environment focused on global digital writing standards and innovations to make handwriting a preferred input method in the emerging digital world.”
Rapid market adoption of touch-enabled devices and demand for electronic data has provided unprecedented opportunity for handwriting as a preferred digital input method. According to MyScript, its user base has increased to 200 million due to global demand for digital writing. The market is at a critical inflection point. Global standards, input methods, and devices will drive the next stage of technology adoption. The conference will bring to light the need for standardized capture, storage, access, and interactivity of digital ink across operating systems and devices as a market enabler.
“MyScript has been the source of innovation for the quickly expanding digital writing ecosystem,” said Chris Chute, Research Vice President Global SMB Cloud & Mobility Research Practice, IDC. “By championing a global, standardized ecosystem that improves the user experience and the ability for developers to quickly bring new applications to market, MyScript can create higher adoption in the marketplace."
To learn more and register for the future.write(); MyScript Digital Writing Conference, visit http://www.myscript.com/future-write-2014.
MyScript is the acknowledged market leader in accurate, high-performance handwriting recognition and digital ink management technology. MyScript technology combines digital ink management with easy searching of handwritten text, as well as the accurate recognition of complex mathematical equations, geometric shapes and music notation. MyScript solutions are available on all leading desktop and mobile operating systems including Microsoft® Windows®, Apple® Mac OS®, Linux®, iOS® and Android™. With nearly 100 languages supported and a truly international team, MyScript serves customers worldwide from its headquarters in Nantes, France, and regional offices located in China, Japan, Korea, the U.S., and beyond. For further information, please visit http://myscript.com.
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