Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) April 19, 2016
Berlin based ExactCODE GmbH, designer of exact systems, libraries, drivers and tools for the next generation of computing, today announced added support for native TWAIN drivers on Linux and Windows for its all-in-one scan suite, ExactScan. ExactScan provides over 400 document scanner drivers and various image and PDF processing options on Macs to optimize the scanned image data, highly compressed PDF as well as OCR, barcode recognition and batch processing. As a contributing Board member of the TWAIN Working Group, ExactCODE uses its expertise to support scanner vendor’s native drivers, providing more OS flexibility and choices for users and system integrators.
René Rebe, CEO of ExactCODE GmbH said: “We are proud to bring the expertise from developing our scan suite on the Mac platform to Linux and Windows systems. Expanding to new platforms brings new alternatives to users, and the new Linux and Windows TWAIN support allows users to employ more vendor supported scanners on the free open-source platform.”
“ExactCODE has already made a substantial contribution to the TWAIN standard by providing testing and development services on the Mac. With this announcement, they have further embraced our cross platform strategy by making their commercial Mac TWAIN application available on Linux and Windows,” stated Jon Harju, Chair of the TWAIN Working Group and CTO at Visioneer Inc. “This move will provide additional motivation for scanner manufacturers to develop TWAIN drivers across all platforms, helping simplify development activities and unifying the user experience.”
About ExactCODE GmbH
ExactCODE GmbH is a privately held research and development company, founded in 2005, and located in Berlin, Germany. ExactCODE is specialized in development and research of reliable systems, applications, libraries, and drivers for today’s connected computing needs. Since 2005, ExactCODE has been developing Mac and Linux scanner drivers for hundreds of scanners from Avision, Brother, Canon, Fujitsu, Panasonic, Visioneer, Xerox and many more. As part of the effort to foster professional document scanning on Mac OS X, many image post-processing components where developed, as well as a the capture application suite ExactScan. More information can be found on http://exactscan.com/universal/ and http://exactcode.com.
About The TWAIN Working Group
The TWAIN Working Group, established in 1992, is a not-for-profit association of industry leaders who have gathered to create a standard that benefits the imaging industry as a whole. TWAIN's purpose is to provide and foster a universal public standard which links applications and image acquisition devices. The ongoing mission of this organization is to continue to enhance the standard to accommodate future technologies. TWAIN generates multiple opportunities for application developers and users to access information and broaden the standard; through a developers forum (twainforum.org), main website (twain.org), Wikipedia page and online self-certification process. Current members of the TWAIN Working Group include Atalasoft Inc., Avision Inc., ExactCODE GmbH, Fujitsu Computer Products of America Inc., InoTec GmbH Organisationssyteme, Kodak Alaris, Picture Elements, Visioneer, Inc., Ambir Technology, Dynamsoft, Epson, Hewlett Packard and Spike Labs. More information about the TWAIN API and imaging standard can be obtained on The TWAIN Working Group's Web site at http://www.twain.org.