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machine-readable

adjective Referring to a source format that can be directly input into a computer without keyboard manipulation. Scanners, speech recognition software and digital cameras all create machine-readable files.
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"He added that civil servants should make arrangements to apply for the new e-passports, noting that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will not facilitate visa issuance for holders of the machine-readable passports.Officials copied in the circular were asked to inform their staff of the passport rules.
The use of a machine-readable format like extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) could be deployed across federal financial reporting to help both the U.S.
Encoding information in machine-readable symbols like barcodes and other 2D codes are used to track material movements, machine operations, health records and other important assets.
"In addition to that, we will also soon start to issue machine-readable visas for non-Pakistanis wishing to travel to Pakistan," he said.
"The Australian market has an active algo trading community with several buy- and sell-side firms looking for machine-readable news for their trading applications," said Georg Gross, head of front office data and analytics at Deutsche Borse, adding that this was the reason the firm had chosen Sydney as the starting point for its expansion into the Asia-Pacific region.
In its first year, Project SwipeIT garnered pledges of support from more than 1,000 physicians' organizations, insurance companies, and health information technology vendors who vow to issue, support, or accept machine-readable ID cards.
Humana has become the first health insurer to publicly support the Medical Group Management Association's drive to get standardized, machine-readable insurance cards into people's wallets by next January.
Englewood, Colo.-headquartered Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) has launched an industry-wide effort calling on health insurers, vendors and healthcare providers to initiate processes to adopt standardized, machine-readable patient ID cards by Jan.
The machine-readable barcode would also appear, which each member of the supply chain would be able to scan and maintain in their computer systems.
InkSure Technologies Inc., Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA, a provider of covert machine-readable authentication systems, has entered into an agreement with George Schmitt & Company in which InkSure will develop a custom SmartInk code specifically for Schmitt.
Each American will have an ID card encoded with vital information using an undefined machine-readable technology, with the same specs from San Diego, California, to Bangor, Maine.
Guyana contracted Canadian Bank Note (CBN) to supply and introduce machine-readable passports to the country, reports Caribbean Net News (Dec.