OCR Tesseract Jobs

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  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $1,200.00 Posted
    Using HTML5, Node.JS and a RESTful API I want to have an implementation of object detection that can guide a user from a web page (with no plugins) to present their credit card and drivers license, capture the corresponding image, send it to the server where OCR recognition will be done, information extracted and returned to the web page for user correction. At this point I am looking for an implementation that works well with a few specific document ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $500.00 Posted
    Need someone to build a corpus of training files and train for Tesseract OCR. I have specific images for training and recognition.
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $800.00 Posted
    Hello, please only apply for this job if you have good prior experience with OCR technologies. We're looking for a simple utility application which will: 1) Access a folder of scanned images on the filesystem 2) Sequentially process each image and retrieve data from each image (more info on image contents below). Processing should be able to reasonably handle slight skewing of contents, as well as slight image noise. 3) Insert data into a MySQL DB 4) Flag images ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $389.00 Posted
    Summary: Command line Ruby application that uses OCR to convert a PDF bill from Google's billing dept. to specifically formatted Excel document. Required Skills: Ruby, OCR (tesseract), command line applications, Sinatra, Unit testing This is the first in a series of four (4) or more 'scripts' that need to be written. This Job's scope is only for the first script. The remaining scripts will be awarded based on the quality, speed, and communication level perceived during the development ...
  • Hourly – Less than 1 month – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    Do you know how to archive a the very best OCR result. We use Abbyy right now, but would like a better result. We run a web application, where we use OCR to recognize documents. We need to minimize mistakes, in other words we need to make OCR of our documents the very best.
  • Hourly – Less than 1 month – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    We need a developer to write a PHP or Python script / module that will use Tesseract to provide text indexing on a number of images. The script will: - Connect to a DB (Parse) to obtain image locations - Return images from S3 - Use Tesseract to perform an OCR scan of the image - Transform output into a list of unique words (removing common words such as 'and', 'the' etc) - Save output list back in the DB Input images could be .gif, .jpg ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $30.00 Posted
    53 pages long document in PDF format (scanned) need to be converted into editable Microsoft word format. The layout (tables, graphs, diagrams, margins, spacing, font, etc.) of the output document MUST be the SAME as the original. Since the job needs to be delivered today, I'm looking for a freelancer who can effectively use OCR programs and is able to check and edit (where necessary) the output document to match the original. Deadline: ASAP
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $75.00 Posted
    I need to build an OCR solution for a customer in a Form based VB.NET Framework 4.0 application build in Visual Studio 2012. What is does is getting invoices (JPG, PNG, PDF) and puts it in the right flow by determine certain text in the image. The deliverable for this project is : A step by step tutorial how to make a workable application that you can feed an image and retrieve the text on that image. Used technology ...
  • Hourly – Less than 1 month – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    I need a desktop app for Windows 8.1 that can detect a polygon defined by black and white dots moving up and down along a grid of 5 stationary vertical lines. The .jpeg image is relatively large (400 x 1000 pixels) and the dots very easy to detect. The math is pretty easy. I can send you a PDF explaining my requirement if you are available and interested. One programmer has already given this a try using AForge, but ...