During this week FOSE 2009 in Washington, Kodak demonstrates Digital Solutions to improve efficiency, reliability and security of information for government.

The new KODAK Scan Station 500 features robust security functions for monitoring user operation and controlling file distribution, dedicated document scanner with the convenience of a multifunction device with a large eight inch touch screen and a new user interface to improve ease of use. It also has an exclusive Voice Attachment feature that allows users to send personalized audio comments or instructions with scanned documents.

“Government offices at the local, state and federal levels require effective document imaging tools to maintain the accuracy and security of data, manage the growth of information from digital and paper sources and mitigate risks, including data loss, user access and disaster recovery,” said Dolores Kruchten, General Manager, Business Solutions and Services, Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company.

Kodak also announced its ScanTWAIN which can be used through LINUX Operating. The new application functionality will support duplex scanning at rated speed on Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) based document scanners. The company claims to be the first scanner manufacturer to include LINUX drivers for a number of its document scanner models.

“Kodak works consistently across the industry to ensure that its portfolio of document capture hardware, software, solutions and service will meet the demands of government regulations and fulfill the need for on demand access to information,” Kruchten said.

Kodak’s products and solutions that foster effective practices for government employees to organize content from paper based forms and documents is available for demonstration at FOSE 2009 (Booth#1309), March 10-12.