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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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Spectra Systems, headquartered in Providence, RI, is a leading provider of machine-readable banknote authentication technology and transaction security software with manufacturing and engineering facilities in East Providence, RI and Vancouver, BC Canada.
The ambassador said that according to a guideline of The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), Machine-readable Passports (MRP) and Machine-readable Visas (MRV) are being issued by Bangladesh government from April, 2010.
SmartInk adds a covert, machine-readable signature to a customer's inks and varnishes, allowing them to be definitively authenticated in the field in less than two seconds.
Sheila Jackson-Lee, D-Texas, also pointed to Rotenberg's assertions that putting more personal information on a machine-readable card makes it more accessible to those who shouldn't have it.
In these projects, links are seen as objective, democratic, and machine-readable signs of value.
Imagine if those footnotes were machine-readable," Neumann says.
Holders of passports that are not machine readable will need to apply for a visa and children who are endorsed on a parent's passport must have an individual machine-readable passport.
Proposed deadline extension for machine-readable passports.
An XBRL Instance Document provides financial information in a machine-readable format.
But from October 1, 2003, everyone travelling to the US under the VWP must have machine-readable passports.
But from October 1, 2003,everyone travelling to the US must have machine-readable passports.
Technical consulting costs include modeling and designing additional software, writing machine-readable code and implementing existing imbedded ERP software templates.