Inlite Research Announces .NET support for ClearImage Tools - The Leading Object Analysis Engine for Images

Sunnyvale, CA (PressExposure) April 18, 2008 -- Inlite Research Inc, a leading worldwide provider of production quality tools for data capture, today announced the general availability of the ClearImage Tools version 5.5 with .NET support. The expanding market for document data capture and business process automation requires easy to use image analysis tools. Until now, only expert developers could work with images to look for certain features, measure image statistics, extract or overlay images and match objects. ClearImage Tools opens the way for any IT developer to apply these sophisticated image processing methods with assured results.

ClearImage Tools is based on Inlite's rapid object decomposition technology which can identify many thousands of objects in an image in less than a second. The engine supports:

• .NET or COM • any size image • automatic identification of line objects and general objects • a large variety of operations (see for details)

"Our customers needed an easy to use and powerful capability for manipulating images in their workflows," said Gene Manheim, Inlite’s president and chief technology officer. "ClearImage Tools provides them with those capabilities, without requiring extensive understanding of imaging technology."

ClearImage Tools is contained in the ClearImage SDK which can be downloaded for free evaluation from []. Runtime licenses cost $375 and $562 (quad core) per computer. Inlite provides complete, live support for one year after purchase.

About Inlite Research Inc. Since 1992, Inlite Research Inc. has been a leading provider of image processing and barcode recognition technology to OEM developers of document processing and data capture applications. The ClearImage engines enable developers to automate business processes, to process documents and images and to capture data, thereby improving enterprise productivity, customer service and profitability. Inlite’s legendary support is provided directly by the engineers who developed the software, and accounts for the loyalty of customers. With over 30,000 installations worldwide, Inlite continues to innovate new imaging and barcode technologies. (

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Press Release Submitted On: March 27, 2008 at 8:37 am
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