In the meantime, the software developed by Anyline is based on artificial intelligence. The company focuses on text and character recognition via smart phones, which is helpful in reading electricity meters, passports and license plates. It also helps industrial companies, where machine learning-based text recognition systems for smart phone can deliver enormous time savings. The augmented reality application is used in assembly and maintenance.
At present, Anyline is digitally reorganizing the incoming goods system of Tyrolit, the manufacturer of abrasive products. Up until now the Tyrolean producer of tools had to manually enter incoming goods received from suppliers from all over the world into its SAP system. This complicated and error-prone process is now being significantly simplified with the help of the technology provided by the Viennese company Anyline and corresponds to Industry 4.0 standards. The machine learning-based text recognition system (OCR) of Anyline can be used with conventional smart phones. The charge numbers and 2D barcodes of all incoming raw materials are scanned with mobile iOS devices. The App then directly records them in the previously used SAP system. The process of cataloging income goods is enormously accelerated thanks to the use of the Anyline technology and errors are avoided.
The startup Anyline has more than 100 enterprise clients, including Porsche, E.On, Swisscom and the United Nations, and many other corporate customers, for example in Germany, South Africa, Chile and Lithuania.