A Sustainable Solution for Utility Management


Managing properties & facilities is a complicated matter. One of the main challenges is the efficient & sustainable management of energy & other utilities. Buildings are the greatest consumer of energy and other utilities such as water and gas. Following up on this, the US National Association of Realtors® states:

3 Reasons why scanning license plates boosts your process!


Every car has it, but in every country it’s a little bit different and some cars have a special one. Yes, I’m talking about license plates. License plates are the ID of cars and in a lot of cases people have to identify cars for different reasons. We will help exactly those people by introducing our license plate scanner!



As a developer working with Tesseract you know the struggle: Training a font file for Tesseract takes time and effort. One way of the many ways to accomplish the training, is to create many images of your font which will be used to train the Tesseract. You run the images through Tesseract, correct the outcome and do it over and over again until the font is readable. This process seems so annoying, one might even describe it as: " Worst process for a human, ever" ;)

Why OCR makes Augmented Reality work better


The Augmented Reality “Hype". With technology companies ascribing great potential to Virtual and Augmented Reality a lot of industries are trying to jump on the bandwagon and develop AR and VR applications themselves. The technologies are indeed very helpful for different verticals.

How to save money in the energy industry


Some might say that the energy sector is a rather old-fashioned one. Partly because it has been existing for a very long time, partly because some of the processes still in use are quite outdated.

Machine Learning for Newbies


In recent years there has been a huge uprise and general interest in Machine Learning and Deep Learning. You could say these technologies have almost become mainstream by now. The term “machine learning” (ml) was first defined in 1959 as “the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed”.

Why is Anyline Unique?


Blowing one's own trumpet normally isn't something one should do. But when you have a great product that offers various benefits you shouldn't hide it either. We have an amazing technology, some even might say one of the best OCR SDKs out there.

Why and how OCR improves sustainability


In today’s post I'll explore the topic of OCR and sustainability - are you ready for my findings? There are a lot of reasons, which have a positive impact on the environment. I focused on 4 reasons, in particular paper, transportation, production of electric devices and personnel expenses.

Nationwide network for IoT in South Korea


A few days ago Samsung Electronics announced that together with SK Telecom they will build a wireless network for the Internet of Things (IoT) that will cover all of South Korea. Both companies claim this network to be the first of its kind anywhere in the world.

Is the Old Economy Ready for Startups?


More and more corporations are trying to work closer together with startups or even become a little like them. Innovative, fast-moving, flexible. But are the big firms ready for startups and their innovative solutions? What are the obstacles when it comes to a corporate – startup cooperation?



When it comes to smartglasses opinions diverge massively. Some think they are the future. They think the products will keep getting better and have a great impact on how we live and work. Others are convinced that they are still way too bulky to wear and not developed enough to be applicable across industries.

5 Things to Remember when Marketing a Product which solely consists of Code


Are you one of the lucky marketers who are tasked with marketing an untouchable product? In terms of SaaS products we all do market non-physical products, but once we arrive at the point, where the actual product can only be “touched” via software applications like Android Studio or XCode, we’re one layer deeper into the technology. We’ve arrived at a fascinating and somehow dark place: SDK marketing.

Snapchat introduces new augmented reality feature


We’ve recently published a blog post about Snapchat apparently venturing into the smart glasses business. A feature they've just introduced suggests that they will continue working with augmented reality. Just a few weeks after Snapchat did a massive overhaul of their chat system, the app released a new futuristic feature: 3D stickers.

Case Study: mySugr Importer


mySugr is a diabetes service company that was founded in Vienna in 2012. Their apps and web services work in a way that eases the daily therapy routines and supports people with diabetes in their dealings with it. For example they offer a Diabetes Logbook or a Junior Logbook app for kids who have diabetes as well as the mySugr Importer that makes the data transfer from blood sugar meters easier than ever. In short, they make diabetes suck less!

Upcoming Wearable Technology Conferences


On one hand smart glasses and wearable technology is notorious for being bulky and unpleasant to wear, on the other hand it is revolutionizing the industrial sector. Their features are constantly being improved so they can be used by companies to better facilitate work processes.