Braille Inspection

Inspect, Translate, and Verify Braille With Ease

Ensure Braille is accurate and meets regulatory requirements with GlobalVision Braille Inspection.

Braille Inspection

Inspect, Translate, and Verify Braille With Ease

Ensure Braille is accurate and meets regulatory requirements with GlobalVision Braille Inspection.

Digitally Verify Braille on Packaging

Run fast and accurate Braille inspections to ensure every dot is printed correctly.

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Translate up to 43 Braille languages

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Measure dot spacing and height

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Works with embossed Braille and glue dots

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Meets all standards like Marburg Medium

Meet CEN Braille Height and Spacing Requirements

Ensure compliance by checking Braille parameters like dot height and spacing. GlobalVision compares them to the Marburg Medium specification so that CEN standards under ISO 17351:2013 are guaranteed to be met.

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Translate Braille in Seconds

With support for over 43 languages, GlobalVision Braille Inspection ensures that your Braille is printed correctly for whichever regions your packaging is set to appear in. Featured languages also include European Braille Code (EBU) and Unified English Braille (UEB).

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Braille Inspection Report

Generate comprehensive inspection reports of all detected Braille differences. Save and send the reports for approval, and ensure the right people make the necessary changes.

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