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CVISION Technologies Inc., a leading provider of advanced document capture software, announced today that it would be exhibiting at the upcoming 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) from January 10th to the 13th in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

The International CES is owned and produced by the Consumer Electronics Association, an influential trade association whose mission is to grow the consumer electronics industry. As one of the largest events within the industry, the CES will be attended by thousands of prominent companies showcasing innovative technologies.

CVISION Technologies will be exhibiting at booth #73004 and demonstrating its new mobile recognition software. Applying their high accuracy OCR engine to the realm of mobile technology, CVISION has created a recognition tool that allows users to conveniently recognize and process documents by simply taking a photo of it with their mobile devices.  

Through funding from the National Science Foundation, CVISION has developed advanced mobile recognition technology for smartphones and tablets. CVISION’s mobile recognition differentiates itself from other mobile technologies through real-time speed, high accuracy recognition, compression technology, and revolutionary screen scraping capability. The mobile recognition technology is built upon the same robust document capture software that CVISION is known for and used by thousands of organizations worldwide. 

This mobile recognition technology enables organizations to gain an advantage by providing end-users the ability to take a photo of a document or object with their mobile device to receive real-time information. CVISION provides solutions to organizations which attract customers, increase revenue, and empower employees.

Chris Koulouris, Marketing Director at CVISION Technologies, said “We are very excited at the opportunity to attend the 2012 International CES and exhibit some of our newest products. Our mobile recognition technology can improve the functionality of smartphones and tablets, allowing users to receive instant, real-time information.”