reated in response to an Industry requirement to overcome the difficultly of sourcing notes, SMART Data allows end users to manage, create or customise their own currency dataset files. Using SMART Data, customers can add a new issue note to their existing dataset file or easily eliminate a fake note by adding it to the dataset themselves.
Marketing Executive Dayna Patterson said: "We are really looking forward to bringing SMART Data to ICE this year. It is a really exciting, straight forward process that gives ITL customers the tools to customise their own dataset files. The process is simple and will allows false notes, new issue notes and notes with differing wear patterns to be quickly incorporated into currency dataset files. We would like to invite everyone to our stand 4260, for a demonstration of the new SMART Data process to see for themselves how it will revolutionise currency datasets for ITL customers."
ICE 2012 is a special show for Innovative Technology as it marks the start of a year of festivity for the company who celebrates 20 Years of Innovation. ITL began back in 1992 with the invention of the NV1 bank note validator, which was designed to bring affordable note validation to the AWP industry. This philosophy of affordable validation remains as the company philosophy today and is reflected in the latest product the NV11 - Validator + Note Float which will be one of the product focuses on the stand. Initially launched at last year’s show, the level of interest over the last twelve months has been brilliant, particularly across Spain and the UK where some key operators have now implemented the NV11 into their machines, helping to alleviate the problem of coin starvation and keep machines operational.
Visitors to the Innovative Technoogy ICE Stand  will see the complete bank note validator range on display including the popular NV9 USB and NV200 validators. The firm will also be at IMA [C12/Hall 8a] and EAG  during January.