At the upcoming AIIM show, being held April 20-22 in Philadelphia, AccuSoft Pegasus will be showing new mobile viewing technology. It sounds like the imaging SDK specialist will be showing a prototype, or a proof-of-concept, of the technology, which is being aimed at Applie iPhone apps. Its “primary focus is…providing portable access to documents stored on a server. It targets the Safari browser for viewing of TIFF, PDF, and JPEG files.”
“Features include paging, zoom, pan, rotation, thumbnails, access to file information, annotation viewing, and a magnifying glass. These features are activated by familiar iPhone gestures such as tap, flick, pinch, and touch-and-hold. File information currently includes file type, resolution, file size, and compression type.”
“The demo illustrates usage of ImageGear v17 for mobile viewing, and offers a sneak peak of new annotation functionality coming soon in the ImageGear .NET SDK.”
In other recent news:
Kofax landed an $800,000 deal with an Australian health insurance company doing capture, classification, and data extraction from forms.
Also, Tangent Systems has launched a new version of its Deposit 21 software. This version is specifically designed to be integrated with forms processing applications. It’s basically designed to add check capture and Check 21 functionality to document capture applications.