Open, Fully-Configurable Video Coding System from Parascript Increases Speed and Accuracy of Keying for Postal Operators

September 08, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
September 8, 2007, Boulder, CO — Parascript, LLC, the image analysis and pattern recognition technology provider, today announced AddressKey, a robust Video Coding System (VCS) designed to improve speed and accuracy of manual data entry for addresses not recognized by automated address recognition and interpretation systems. AddressKey is a universal, configurable product that easily adapts to country requirements and can be tailored to meet the specific needs of postal operators worldwide.

AddressKey improves keying performance, regardless of operator skill, by allowing operators to enter information in real-time using optional address-interpretation hints and auto-fill options. AddressKey is a user-friendly and configurable system that minimizes keystrokes, increases speed of keying and ensures accuracy.

Parascript's video coding system is compliant with Optical Character Recognition (OCR) VCS open interface standards as defined by the European Committee for Standardization (CEN). AddressKey allows postal operators to implement video coding modules independently from other components, resulting in fast deployment and low implementation costs.

"Parascript is committed to providing postal operators with solutions that improve mail processing and address the challenges of manual address keying," said John Buck, vice president. "AddressKey builds on Parascript's knowledge and experience in forms processing and address interpretation to deliver a solution that minimizes costs and errors associated with manual data entry and aligns the performance of operators with that of other mail automation processes."