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NASCENT in focus

NASCENT Technology has launched a new version of its enVision Portal software for damage inspection image management.

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NASCENT in focus

Gate automation specialist NASCENT Technology LLC has announced the release of version 3.5.1 of its enVision Portal software. enVision is NASCENT’s moving vehicle inspection system, featuring an array of specialised detection and imaging technologies to automatically capture, analyse, and process container, chassis, and trailer data.


enVision version 3.5.1 delivers two key customer enhancements, as NASCENT explains: “First, in order to optimise system maintenance activities, the software now continuously analyses image quality and provides automatic alerts (including email) when cameras require attention. For example, if extreme spray from a heavy snowstorm accumulates on a camera lens, the system now detects the reduction in light passing through the camera and alerts operators that cleaning is required.


“Second, the optical character recognition (OCR) algorithm governing vertical character interpretation has been enhanced to tolerate significant deviations from normal vertical alignment. For example, when generator set identification numbers/letters are haphazardly arranged (e.g. slanted), enVision can now accurately read these highly variable identifiers. This change to the vertical OCR code significantly enhances accuracy and confidence metrics”.


Commenting to WorldCargo News, NASCENT said it is currently implementing enVision at several locations, the most recent of which are LAAC, San Juan and APM Terminals Mobile Alabama.

“Our current and future enVision customers will enjoy increased OCR accuracy and faster processing times, which are key components to automating gate transactions,” said Chris Kete, President of NASCENT. “We have been, and will continue to be, committed to providing our active customers with continuous enhancements so enVision will remain the industry leading image analytics solution.”

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