High Volume Requirements of OCR
Today's business and administrative environment frequently requires mass scanning of documents and then converting the output images through an OCR software capable of performing Mass OCR of High Volume. The need arises because of official requirements that policy documents be placed in the public domain, or because companies increasingly wish to make their balance sheets and other financial documents more transparent and available for public scrutiny. To meet these objectives, companies need to process high volumes of documents in a mass scale, and then quickly make these documents editable by using by Mass OCR of High Volume.
Tools Needed for Mass Scanning in High Volume
In order to handle high volumes of documents you will need a high quality industrial scanner that can scan in good quality resolution, has a high throughput and a fast turnaround time. That means you can feed in large volumes of documents, and the scanner will do a mass scanning with very little gap in between individual pages. Once the mass scanning is over, the scanner sends the output to an OCR, which takes over the job of processing these images for Mass OCR of High Volume.
Mechanism of High Volume Processing by the OCR
Once the OCR receives the output from the scanner, it cleans up the images by removing smudges, scratches or other noise, and aligns all the volumes of pages properly in portrait mode. In the next step, the OCR optimizes the image resolution for its detection engine, and starts the character recognition part. The time depends on the mass of documents to be processed, and for high volumes it can even take 4-5 hours. After the detection process is finished, the OCR sends the scanned pages into word processing software that you have previously specified, and you can begin editing all the masses of pages produced from Mass OCR of High Volume, saving each page as you finish editing it.