Worldwide currency adaptation

Our banknote sensors are used in around 100 countries across the world – in other words, virtually everywhere where automated cash deposits and processing are done. In order for our sensors to be able to recognise and process different banknotes, they have to be adapted to the corresponding currencies. This is done using a special piece of software – the currency dataset.


However, as the currencies are constantly changing, the currency dataset also has to be adapted accordingly. The software has to cover newly issued banknotes and the latest counterfeiting methods, not to mention the increasingly strict requirements set by central banks.