Japan Cash Machine Co Ltd (JCM), a technology supplier to the global gaming market and that is also known as JCM Global, is to exhibit at the GTI Asia Taipei Expo in Taipei, Taiwan, from April 28 to 30.
JCM products on display at the event will include its bill validation system iVizion (pictured), for which the manufacturer claims a 99 percent acceptance rate of valid banknotes via the Contact Image Sensor technology. It scans the entire front and back of a note or ticket, in order to achieve what the firm says is the highest levels of security.
Other JCM bill validation systems on display will be the DBV-400 and DBV-500, described as flexible options with varying cash box capacity options and six or eight wavelengths of high-precision optical sensors to provide what JCM says is the highest levels of counterfeit protection.
The company will also exhibit its GEN2 Universal printer. The product has universal communication ports, a larger paper capacity, JCM’s Intelligent Ticket Handling technology, its paper jam-reducing IntelligentBezel system and the possibility of two-colour printing.
The company is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year.
“JCM is very honoured and humbled to be the leading supplier of bill validation and printing technologies throughout the Asia Pacific region,” said JCM Taiwan sales and business manager Neil Lu in a statement accompanying a press release.
“As we celebrate 60 years in business, we are thankful to our many customers who trust JCM and rely on our products to help them make even better connections with their customers,” he added.
GTI Asia Taipei Expo takes place at the Taipei World Trade Center. JCM will be at booth B70.
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