image scanner

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Noun1.image scanner - an electronic device that generates a digital representation of an image for data input to a computerimage scanner - an electronic device that generates a digital representation of an image for data input to a computer
data input device, input device - a device that can be used to insert data into a computer or other computational device
electronic device - a device that accomplishes its purpose electronically
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Still image API is a standardized interface that is used for obtaining digital still images from devices such as flatbed scanner, handheld scanner, and still-image digital camera.
NVision scanned a few of the company's parts and tools, and the manufacturer decided that it needed to bring the technology in-house and purchased the HandHeld scanner.
The babies, one male and three females, have had a tiny chip inserted under the skin, containing a unique code to allow keepers to identify individuals using a handheld scanner and track behaviour, diet, health and medication.
com) handheld scanner, shows a worker using the tool much like a spray paint can.
Mobile, a new version of its in-store handheld scanner that allows customers to use their mobile device to scan and bag their groceries while they shop.
The mobile solutions enable property managers to update assets as they move from any location with the use of a handheld scanner.
Fujitsu originally registered the iPad name with the Patent and Trademark Office in March 2003 in connection with a handheld scanner for retailers made by the Japanese company.
The technology relies upon a radio frequency identification (RFID) tag on each case that tracks temperature and shipping, an RFID tag on each bottle for inventory management and a tamper-proof neck with hidden code that authenticates the bottle when read by a handheld scanner developed by the company.
A handheld scanner picks up stray particles of cocaine on a car during a routine traffic stop.
During the handheld scanner test, it took less than 3 minutes to scan the RFID tags on each container, resulting in 100-percent successful reads at distances of 3, 6, 9, and 12 feet with containers at ground level.