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Harold T Salive, Kevin G Slade, Rachel K Salive: Method of identifying a plurality of labels having data fields within a machine readable border. Kiwisoft Programs, Young & Thompson, March 4, 1997: US05607187 (74 worldwide citation)

An identification system involves the labeling then tracking of grouped items such as logs, shipping containers, or packets of mail and reporting the current location of identified items during transport, processing, and storage. Machine-readable labels are provided, adapted for recognition and read ...


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Harold Terrence Salive, Kevin George Slade, Rachel Keene Salive: Identification system. Kiwisoft Programs, Young & Thompson, March 10, 1998: US05725253 (36 worldwide citation)

An identification system involves the labeling then tracking of grouped items such as logs, shipping containers, or packets of mail and reporting the current location of identified items during transport, processing, and storage. Machine-readable labels are provided, adapted for recognition and read ...


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Salive Harold Terrence, Slade Kevin George, Spender Allan Tassie: Video camera for recording labelled items.. Kiwisoft Programs, October 18, 1995: EP0677227-A1

An electronic camera back (1604) functions as an in-camera frame grabber. It may be attached to a camera body (1601) that focuses an image on a supported (1612) CCD chip (1607). The image is then read out and digitised, then compressed in a JPEG processor (1611) before being stored in a buffer (1605 ...


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Salive Harold Terrence, Slade Kevin George, Salive Rachel Keene: Identification system.. Kiwisoft Programs, July 27, 1994: EP0607298-A1

An identification system involves the labeling and then tracking of grouped items such as logs, shipping containers, or packets of mail and reporting the current location of identified items during transport, processing and storage. Machine readable labels (400, 500) are provided, adapted for recogn ...


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Harold Terrence Salive, Michael David Barns Graham: Machine-readable label. Kiwisoft Programs, jian wei, April 22, 1998: CN96192892

A label (100) for identification purposes, has a compact matrix of machine-readable cells (101-109) holding information and including the BCH error-correcting code. The cells may be binary, ternary (grey levels) or have more levels and may use colours. These labels are both easily detectable and acc ...


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Harold Terrence Salive, Kevin George Slade Rachel Keene Salive: Indentification system. Kiwisoft Programs, MA TIELIANG ZHANG ZHIXING, May 26, 1993: CN92112837

An identification system involves the labeling and then tracking of grouped items such as logs, shipping containers, or packets of mail and reporting the current location of identified items during transport, processing and storage. Machine readable labels (400, 500) are provided, adapted for recogn ...


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Salive Harold Terrence, Barns Graham Michael David: Machine-readable label. Kiwisoft Programs, Salive Harold Terrence, Barns Graham Michael David, PIPER James William, October 3, 1996: WO/1996/030217

A label (100) for identification purposes, has a compact matrix of machine-readable cells (101-109) holding information and including the BCH error-correcting code. The cells may be binary, ternary (grey levels) or have more levels and may use colours. These labels are both easily detectable and acc ...


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Salive Harold Terrence, Slade Kevin George, Salive Rachel Keene: Identification system. Kiwisoft Programs, Salive Harold Terrence, Slade Kevin George, Salive Rachel Keene, PATCH Robert J, April 15, 1993: WO/1993/007006

An identification system involves the labeling and then tracking of grouped items such as logs, shipping containers, or packets of mail and reporting the current location of identified items during transport, processing and storage. Machine readable labels (400, 500) are provided, adapted for recogn ...


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Salive Harold Terrence, Slade Kevin George, Spender Allan Tassie: Video camera for recording labelled items. Kiwisoft Programs, Salive Harold Terrence, Slade Kevin George, Spender Allan Tassie, PIPER James William, March 9, 1995: WO/1995/007000

An electronic camera back (1604) functions as an in-camera frame grabber. It may be attached to a camera body (1601) that focuses an image on a supported (1612) CCD chip (1607). The image is then read out and digitised, then compressed in a JPEG processor (1611) before being stored in a buffer (1605 ...


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Leigh Jones Peter, Alexander Brian Frederick, Bullock Graeme John: Electronic camera with fast liquid crystal shutter. Kiwisoft Programs, Leigh Jones Peter, Alexander Brian Frederick, Bullock Graeme John, PIPER James William, September 12, 1997: WO/1997/033435

For a portable image capture application involving a need for very reliable simultaneous capture of a plurality of images of coded labels (106) each upon a varying object and under uncontrolled ambient lighting, the invention provides an electronic camera (111) and lighting elements (101) adapted to ...



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