Dacuda is a Swiss software company offering a unique content capturing technology based on real-time image processing. Dacuda's patented, proprietary SLAM Scan® technology enables fast data entry of text and images, instant editing, as well as easy sharing of contents. It can be implemented into any device that embeds a camera. The world’s first Scanner Mouse and leading smartphone based e-banking solutions are driven by Dacuda’s technology.
Dacuda licenses its technology to leading hardware and software vendors.
2013-11-25 The top two Swiss e-banking apps are using Dacuda's technology
The apps for Android and iPhone from the St. Galler Kantonalbank and the Thurgauer Kantonalbank are the most popular e-banking apps in Switzerland. Both of them have the Dacuda scanning engine implemented. Read more
2013-09-19 Dacuda is one of the top ten startups in Switzerland
Dacuda has been picked as one the best startups in Switzerland by 100 experts. Read more
2013-09-16 Sunrise shops equipped with Dacuda's innovative scanner solution
Within the scope of the development partnership between Sunrise and Dacuda, all Sunrise shops have recently been equipped with the innovative scanner software. Read more
2013-07-25 CREALOGIX launched new model of CLX.ScanMouse
The Swiss company CREALOGIX is specialized on ebanking solutions. Now, CREALOGIX launched a new Scanner Mouse with Dacuda's SLAM Scan technology and an integrated pay-in slip reader. Learn more
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DACUDA BETA PROGRAM
If you would like to participate in our Product Improvement Program, you can download the Dacuda Beta software directly for Windows and Mac. With the Dacuda Beta software, you will get early access to the latest features. By using the Dacuda Beta application, you agree to share anonymous usage information about your usage of the software.
Invented in Switzerland
SLAM Scan®, the technology behind the mouse scanner, was invented in Switzerland. It is based on recent advances in robotics and computer vision research.