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Vision Objects enhances it's already wide language coverage with Turkish and Arabic!

January 26, 2009

Nantes – January 21, 2009 - Vision Objects, provider of Handwriting Recognition solutions, supports its customers’ development opening new high-potential markets:Turkish is used by approximately 54 million people,Arabic, by more than 260 million people in the world.Vision Objects consistently develops new languages through a perfectly mastered industrial process, based on the collection of complete writing samples, which has proved its worth, as today accuracy rates beat all records. Vision Objects is the first editor to propose recognition of cursive Arabic handwriting enhanced with a language model based on regions like: Arabian Peninsula, Egypt and North Africa.From now, the total number of languages supported by Vision Objects amounts to 82.About Vision Objects Vision Objects provides the industry standard in Handwriting Recognition Technology and Text Input Methods for pen-based user interfaces. Vision Objects’ ground-breaking MyScript Technology reliably recognizes and converts handwriting into smart, valuable and searchable digital information. MyScript is available in a wide range of languages addressing markets in the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific. MyScript is integrated into many existing systems for high level form processing, personal information management, messaging, education and automotive applications. Vision Objects’ mission is to develop and market accurate and high performance Handwriting Recognition & Understanding software for any platform using handwritten data entry through pen-based user interfaces such as Digital Pens, PDAs, Tablet PCs and Smartphones. Press contact Vision Objects Anne-Sophie Bellaud                                       Delphine AUGER                          [email protected]             [email protected] Phone: +33 (0)2 28 01 49 21                           Phone: + 33 (0)2 28 01 99 14

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