A2iA Announces Support for Offline Chinese, Russian & Arabic Text Transcription

Newest version of a2ia mNote expands global footprint and brings flexibility and simplicity to anyone taking notes with paper and pen

New York, NY, February 26, 2018 --(PR.com)-- A2iA (@A2iA), an award-winning developer of artificial intelligence and machine-learning based software for the worldwide data capture, document processing, and payment systems markets, today announced a new version of its a2ia mNote™ SDK. a2ia mNote, a configurable software toolkit powered by A2iA’s proprietary AI and RNN technology, enables full text transcription from handwritten and printed notes such as meeting notes, to-do or shopping lists, and handwritten letters – without a dictionary and directly on the mobile device. The latest version expands the software’s global footprint with its support for Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Russian and Arabic text.

“a2ia mNote is designed with the idea of making everyday document management tasks simpler for students, consumers, officer works, and anyone else who takes notes with paper and pen,” said Jean-Louis Fages, A2iA President & Chairman of the Board. “App designers and mobile operators have the flexibility to integrate the SDK into an app that will allow users to take a picture and receive the text in editable, searchable and sharable formats.”

By combining its patented Auto-Locate™ feature with its offline and client-side functionality, a2ia mNote delivers a quick and simple user experience, including the ability to automatically locate and capture an image from a video stream when it is found in focus. Then, without any manual keying, all printed and cursive handwritten data is located and transcribed directly on the handset – without any data connection or Wi-Fi.

About A2iA
Award-winning with research and development at its core, A2iA, Artificial Intelligence and Image Analysis (www.a2ia.com), is a science and R&D driven software company with deep roots in artificial intelligence, machine learning and neural networks. With simple, easy to use and intuitive toolkits, A2iA delivers add-on features to speed automation, simplify customer engagement and quickly capture all types of printed and handwritten data from documents – whether captured by a desktop scanner or mobile device. By enhancing solutions from systems integrators and independent software vendors, A2iA allows complex and cursive data from all types of documents to become part of a structured database, making it searchable and reportable, with the same level of flexibility as printed or digital data. For more information, visit www.a2ia.com or call +1 917-237-0390 within the Americas, or +33 1 44 42 00 80 within EMEA, India or Asia.
Wendi Klein