Global Vision Inc. (Montreal) has recently added Braille inspection to its repertoire. All product suites designed to inspect artwork and documents can now handle Braille.
“We know this is a growing concern for our pharmaceutical customers and their suppliers. Checking for errors in standard text is no longer adequate; they now need to ensure the accuracy of Braille as well,” says Global Vision COO David Perlis. The European Union has recently mandated the use of Braille on all medical cartons, taking effect in 2010.
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Braille inspections are currently performed manually, dot by dot, for every package. To speed up such inspection and remove the potential for human error, Global Vision’s Braille detection technology has been designed to work in both hard-copy and electronic environments.