Recognition of dot-matrix documents — FlexiCapture Engine recognizes printed dot matrix texts of many types. It has been trained using several thousand samples produced by a variety of printers including dot matrix, daisy wheel, chain and band printers, as well as using draft and Near Letter Quality (NLQ) printing modes.
Recognition of typewritten documents.
Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (CJK) character recognition.
Thai, Vietnamese and Hebrew OCR.
Recognition of OCR-A, OCR-B, MICR (E13B) and CMC7.
Intelligent Character Recognition (ICR)
ICR technology for 120 languages.
33 languages (with Latin, Greek and Cyrillic alphabets) with morphology/dictionary support and 87 languages with Latin characters without dictionaries.
ICR for Indian digits used in Arab states.
Supports 28 styles of hand-writing from different countries and areas: European, American, Canadian, Russian, Japanese, Arabic, and Thai.
Recognition of hand-printed characters in fields and frames – underlined fields, boxes, comb-style fields, etc.
Multilingual ICR. One of the main advantages of ABBYY ICR technology is that it delivers almost the same high accuracy on digits and digits combined with letters of one or several languages, even if the fields contain both upper and lower case letters.
Optical Mark Recognition (OMR)
The ABBYY’s OMR technology recognizes simple checkmarks, grouped checkmarks, model checkmarks and checkmarks with “corrections” made by hand in different variations:
checkmarks in square frame;
checkmarks against the empty background;
non-standard checkmark types (special checkmarks require training before you can recognize them).
Powerful OCR SDK to integrate ABBYY’s state-of-the-art document OCR, ICR, OMR, OBR, document imaging and PDF conversion technologies into various applications for server, desktop, mobile, MFP or other devices.
Toolkit for empowering mobile and other “compact” applications with text recognition and conversion capabilities.