Data extraction technique improves OCR

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Prime Vision's R&D team, headed by Dr Michiel de Rijcke, has developed a method and device for extracting skeletal data from image data. The technology, which has been granted patent rights by the European Patent Office, will be used in the field of image segmentation and hand-written word recognition and Prime Vision expects to further improve its Optical and Imaging Character Recognition (OCR and ICR) systems.

Prime Vision is a supplier of mail and parcel automation solutions.

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