Each generation of our banknote sensors is deployed for up to 15 years and is maintained and kept up to date accordingly. The fourth generation of this technology is currently on the market.
The sensors are evolving constantly when it comes to processor performance, image processing and the amount of memory needed. Since the very first generation, our sensors have been equipped with a full-surface, double-sided sensor system. The second generation was one of the first banknote readers to comply with the euro fitness framework. All sensor generations are used around the world and are not produced for a specific market.
With the fourth sensor generation, we have been able to combine technologies for the first time – sensors can now be reused in both cash machines and tabletop sorting devices. This has opened the door towards the implementation of a modular system.