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Erik Todeschini, Stephen Patrick Deloge, Timothy Meier, Donald Anderson, Benjamin Hejl, Thomas Koziol: Cloud-based system for reading of decodable indicia. Honeywell International, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, June 23, 2015: US09064254 (207 worldwide citation)

A data decoding system can comprise one or more computers communicatively coupled to a network. The computers can execute at least one decoding process. The decoding process can be configured, responsive to receiving a decoding request comprising an image of decodable indicia, to locate the decodabl ...


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Erik Van Horn, Sean Philip Kearney, Patrick Anthony Giordano, Timothy Good, Chandler Dickinson, Ka Man Au, David Wilz Sr, John A Furlong, Benjamin Hejl, Joseph A Walczyk, Larry Coyle, James Rosetti, Thomas Haggerty: Multifunction point of sale system. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, August 9, 2016: US09412242 (128 worldwide citation)

A point of sale system capable of operating in an indicia-reading mode or a verification mode is disclosed. In the indicia-reading mode, the point of sale system configures its illumination, imaging, and processing to read indicia as part of a normal checkout process. If triggered by a user or by an ...


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Benjamin Hejl: System and method for indicia verification. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, September 13, 2016: US09443123 (127 worldwide citation)

An indicia-verification system acquires video and analyzes the video to determine whether it contains any images of an indicia that are of sufficient quality to merit the initiation of indicia verification. If the video is of sufficient quality, the system acquires a high resolution still image of t ...


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Thomas Koziol, Daniel Yeakley, Erik Todeschini, Stephen Patrick Deloge, Benjamin Hejl: Cloud-based system for processing of decodable indicia. Honeywell International, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, July 28, 2015: US09092683 (24 worldwide citation)

A data decoding system can comprise a client computer including an imaging device and one or more servers executing at least one decoding process. The client computer can be configured to acquire an image of decodable indicia and to process the acquired image by: (i) identifying one or more areas of ...


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Erik Todeschini, Stephen Patrick Deloge, Timothy P Meier, Donald Anderson, Benjamin Hejl, Thomas J Koziol: Cloud-based system for reading of decodable indicia. Honeywell International, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, July 19, 2016: US09398008 (1 worldwide citation)

A data decoding system can comprise one or more computers communicatively coupled to a network. The computers can execute at least one decoding process. The decoding process can be configured, responsive to receiving a decoding request comprising an image of decodable indicia, to locate the decodabl ...


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Erik Van Horn, Sean Philip Kearney, Patrick Anthony Giordano, Timothy Good, Chandler Dickinson, Ka Man Au, David Wilz Sr, John A Furlong, Benjamin Hejl, Joseph A Walczyk, Larry Coyle, James Rosetti, Thomas Haggerty: Multifunction point of sale system. HAND HELD PRODUCTS, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, January 22, 2019: US10185945

A point of sale system capable of operating in an indicia-reading mode or a verification mode is disclosed. In the indicia-reading mode, the point of sale system configures its illumination, imaging, and processing to read indicia as part of a normal checkout process. If triggered by a user or by an ...


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David Wilz Sr, Tao Xian, Benjamin Hejl: Scanning improvements for saturated signals using automatic and fixed gain control methods. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, June 13, 2017: US09679178

A method controls the exposure of an image containing a barcode for a barcode reading device. The method obtains a line of scan data from the image and identifies areas of saturation within the scan data. If there are saturated areas within the scan data, the method switches from an automatic gain c ...


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Benjamin Hejl: Mobile-phone adapter for electronic transactions. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, October 17, 2017: US09794392

A mobile-device adapter to facilitate the exchange of visual information between a mobile device and a point-of-sale terminal is disclosed. The mobile-device adapter may be connected to a point-of-sale terminal at a retail checkout and configured to allow a customer to temporarily position their mob ...