ABBYY is released the Linux-version of FineReader Engine 9.0

ABBYY is announced the availability of Linux-version of a proprietary platform for document recognition, ABBYY FineReader Engine 9.0. The product is a developer toolkit (SDK), designed to be embedded in third-party applications features optical character recognition (OCR), analyzing the structure of documents, read barcodes (OBR), digitization of documents and convert PDF-files.

Linux-version has support for 198 recognition languages, support for adaptive recognition technology for high-quality documents ADRT restore the appearance and structure of the document, the ability to detect 15 types of one-and two-dimensional barcodes, support for MRC-compression PDF and PDF / A. The project is commercial, but the prices on the site ABBYY not published - information about the value sent only after filling out an application.

FineReader Engine 9.0 for Linux supports opening files in PDF, BMP, PCX, DCX, JPEG, GIF, TIFF and PNG, and the ability to save the results in formats RTF, PDF, PDF / A, DOC, XLS, PPT, XML, DOCX, XLSX, PPTX, TXT, CSV, HTML and DBF. The product is available for the following Linux-distros: Fedora 10/11/12, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 / 5, SUSE Linux 10/11, openSUSE 10.3/11.1, Debian GNU / Linux 4.0/5.0, Ubuntu 6.06/7.10/8.04.

In an official press release, Andrei Isayev, Director of product development, said: “Currently, Linux is becoming more popular in Russia. Of particular interest to him are often large companies and public entities: Open source Linux code ensures the transparency of the platform, it is more predictable and, most importantly, it is easier to control. The systems are used in such organizations require exceptional quality and stability of embedded technologies. ABBYY FineReader Engine 9.0 for Linux meets these requirements: it guarantees the reliability, accuracy and high speed recognition of different types of documents ” .

22 April 2010

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