Braille Inspection

The GlobalVision Braille Inspection software detects Braille, translates it into a chosen language, and displays any differences in content compared to an approved PDF document.

How it works:

  1. The Braille Inspection software automatically searches for Braille within an artwork file.
  2. It is then converted into readable text.
  3. Lastly, the software compares the Braille on the printed packaging to the approved PDF file.
  • Digitally verify Braille

    The most difficult thing about proofreading Braille is that most people can’t read it. Digital verification is fast and accurate every time.

  • Detect missing or added dots

    Be sure every single dot is being printed correctly.

    Also checks for:

    ■ Language
    ■ Number of characters
    ■ Number of lines
    ■ Dot spacing
    ■ Character spacing
    ■ Word spacing
    ■ Line spacing

  • Achieve international Braille requirements

    GlobalVision will make sure your Braille complies to the Marburg Medium Braille Specification, as required by the Can-Am Pharmaceutical Braille Standard for USA and Canada, the ECMA Euro Braille Standard and the European Blind Union Guidelines on Braille Labelling of Medicinal Products.

  • Pharmaceutical Braille packaging
  • Healthcare Braille packaging
  • Cartons
  • Embossed packaging
  • Labels
  • CPG goods
  • Inserts
Braille Inspection

Features

  • Translate Braille during inspections

    GlobalVision provides built-in functionality for translating the Braille in your samples so you can be sure it’s correct.

  • Measure dot spacing

    The spacing between Braille dots can alter how it’s read making it a crucial detail to inspect.

  • Support up to 42 Braille languages

    Be sure Braille is correct no matter how it’s written.

  • Works with embossed Braille and glue dots

    Even if the Braille is raised, check to make sure it’s correct.