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Regula updates Document Reader SDK

 

Regula announced this week it has released an update of Document Reader SDK, 4.12.1. This new version includes an updated database of 6,584 document templates from 241 countries and territories. 203 of the templates are new.

Key features of the newly updated Document Reader SDK 4.12.1 include: an enhanced document type recognition module that works 10 times faster; a 50MB smaller database size and faster loading time; OCR for Russian national passports substantially improved for both speed and accuracy; OCR for Hebrew upgraded; certified for Windows, Linux and Android operating system, and; a better performance of scanning and video-detection processes for Regula 7028M, 7017 and 7027 document readers.

A full list of updates (PDF) is available at the company’s website.

Regula document readers were recently deployed at the Trinidad and Tobago airport.

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