En el año 2000 nació Kineo Ingeniería dedicada a la ingeniería informática en Valladolid. Con la evolución de las tecnologías, en el 2006 refundamos la empresa orientada a crear soluciones para la gestión del tráfico que resolviesen las nuevas necesidades.

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Our identification and access control systems include passport and e-passport readers, travel document readers, OCR readers and full page OCR document scanners, Visa and ID card readers and RFID readers for application in airports, border controls, embassies, post offices, hotels, administrative offices, etc.

In all cases we can provide robust, highly durable handheld readers. All readers are designed to meet the latest travel document reading requirements. We have been working with the portfolio of ARH HUNGARY, supplier of OCR hardware and software (LPR, ACCR, etc.), for the last 12 years.

The CLR has high image quality under normal as well as UV and IR lighting conditions, with an algorithm that results in an exceptionally high character recognition rate. Other unique features include 2D barcode reading, full colour UV imaging and automatic document detection. The CLR can also read RFID chips printed on passports.

All the six CLR series access control models are easy to use, without the need for specially trained personnel. The machine first detects when the document is inserted, then automatically creates the image, and finally performs the analysis. Its operating software is very easy to integrate with any complex computer system used for document control.

The PR303 portable system is capable of reading printed RFID chips inside new e-passports and can verify the data of any document in a single step. Since the equipment can be linked to local databases and perform online data recovery via GPRS systems, it is very practical on international trains.

The PR 501 is a unique mobile document reader. It creates high definition images in normal, IR and UV light, displaying the images on a full colour screen and storing them on a memory device. These images allow the operator to verify the authenticity of the document as the data is processed simultaneously. This equipment is particularly suited for use in airports, where the reliability and speed of passport access control is of paramount importance, not only at check-in desks, but also prior to boarding at the gate.

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