Dacuda enters Smartphone Market

02.04.2013 01:50

Related tags

Several hundreds of thousands scanner mice with Dacuda technology have been sold since the product launch in September 2011. Now an ultrafast and reliable pay slip reader for iPhone and Android phones has been launched using the same technology.

Dacuda’s SLAM Scan Core was commercially deployed in the world’s first scanner mouse. The technology has proven its ability for mass productions. Several hundreds of thousands scanner mice have been sold since the product launch in September 2011. SLAM Scan enables a unique end-to-end solution for end customers and the intuitive digitization technology allows easy editing and sharing of any content.

As result of the continuous strive for innovation; Dacuda was able to port SLAM Scan also to mobile devices. In order to address the high growth of the smartphone market, Dacuda is now creating a unique solution portfolio for mobile devices.

The first commercial product is an ultrafast and reliable pay slip reader for e-banking and has been already successfully launched for iPhone and Android phones. This solution is a member of Dacuda’s Rapid Input. The technology is characterized by an intuitive use and the dramatic increase of the user’s productivity. A video of the product is shown on the Dacuda website.  

Dacuda was founded in 2008 as spin-off company from ETH Zurich by former students of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Technical University of Munich (TUM), and the University of St. Gallen (HSG). The headquarters are located in Zurich, Switzerland. The company has won several important start-up awards and is supported by the Swiss government’s innovation promotion agency CTI, ETH Transfer, Venture Lab, and the MIT Venture Mentoring Service.


What start-ups must know about the new Swissness regulation

The new Swissness regulation will come into force on 1 January 2017. Read in our articles in German and French what changes and what startups have to consider when they select a company name.