Reading OCR, OCV and Barcodes
Barcode Reading: OCR (Optical Character Recognition) is a technology for recognizing characters from digital images containing known printed and non-printed text. Although the printing of the characters to be analyzed may be reliable, it is necessary to provide a system that ensures that the printed text is of good quality, to avoid inconsistent readings. This verification is carried out through OCV (Optical Character Verification). The result is obtained by evaluating the print quality by comparing it with reference images.
Based on this technology, Disys creates artificial vision systems for reading linear and two-dimensional barcodes with high reading and high degree of reliability.
Barcodes can vary a lot depending on which standard they implement. The standard can be free or proprietary and is chosen on the basis of specifications related to the application context.
The linear barcodes are the most common solution. An example can be the EAN (European Article Number), widely used in large-scale distribution, or the Farmacode, used in the pharmaceutical industry. Another solution is represented by two-dimensional barcodes, such as DataMatrix or QR Code, which offer greater information storage capacity compared to linear solutions.
Starting from the customer's needs, we provide customized barcode reading solutions, allowing you to manage, monitor and trace the goods automatically.
We also provide solutions for verifying the quality of texts and models (OCV) so that the reading of the code printed on the product is as reliable as possible, reducing cases of non-compliance.