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Captiva ISIS Drivers
Enterprise-level interface uniting scanners and imaging applications
EMC Captiva ISIS (Image and Scanner Interface Specification) Drivers use an industry-standard interface that works with over 400 scanners and many imaging applications. ISIS Drivers ensure that scanners run at their rated speeds and take full advantage of the power inherent in the hardware.
The ISIS Drivers are based on modules—software components that perform specific functions such as image acquisition, file conversion, and file read/write commands. ISIS Drivers help reduce development time, improve security and reliability, and optimize the hardware scanner’s performance, so developers can add new functionality without making system-wide changes.
EMC Captiva ISIS (Image and Scanner Interface Specification) is the industry standard enterprise-level interface that unites scanners with software applications. ISIS allows scanners to run at their rated speeds or higher and is the only imaging solution that allows users to take full advantage of the powerinherentin scanners and other imaging machines. ISIS drivers are available for over 400 document, book, check, and large format scanners from more than ioo different scanner hardware manufacturers worldwide.
A basic requirement for the paperless office: Compatibility
For over twenty years businesses of all sizes have worked to automate and digitize their paper flow. The same problem repeatedly gets in the way: scanners and scanning applications don't always communicate very well. Pairing a new scanner to an existing scanning application could mean long hours, reams of code, and endless complications. Then came EMC® Captiva® ISIS®.
In 1990, a team of engineers at EMC Captiva created the Image and Scanner Interface Specification (ISIS). From day one, ISIS has changed the way software developers and scanner manufacturers build imaging solutions. ISIS technology offers new levels of flexibility and power in communications between scanners and applications.
More than 400 different scanners currently communicate to applications through the ISIS interface. ISIS technology allows scanners to run at their rated speeds or higher and is the only imaging solution that consistently allows users to take full advantage of the power inherent in their scanners and other imaging machines.
In the document imaging environment change is constant, with new scanner models, new data compression methods and new imaging requirements appearing almost daily. The ISIS imaging interface is built with enough flexibility to adjust both to changing business needs and to new technologies.
The ISIS architecture is extraordinarily simple yet technologically robust. it is based on modules-software components that perform specific imaging functions (e.g., image acquisition, file conversion, data extraction and file read/write commands). The ISIS architecture allows for new modules to be added without making system-wide changes: you simply add what you need where it's needed. ISIS modules interact with each other through a system of tags (data storage areas) and choices (value sets). A combination of two or more ISIS modules put together to perform a specific imagingfunction is called an ISIS pipe. ISIS pipes can be constructed according to your unique imaging needs, empowering the ISIS architecture with its greatest strengths, both in development and end-use-flexibility and extensibility.
ISIS technology is the basis for the AIIM MSGi standard since 1996.
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