Pegasus TransTech updates truckstop, mobile scanning software

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Updated Nov 22, 2013

0-PEGASUSLOGOPegasus TransTech, a provider of document scanning applications to the transportation industry, has released new versions of its scanning software that will improve image quality and software performance. The enhancements have been made to its Transflo Express truck stop scanning service, Transflo Now anywhere, in-cab scanning, and Transflo Express Carrier Retrieval.

The Transflo Express 3.5 also offers a new bar code scanning engine, which the company says will provide more accurate readings. The Transflo Express scan station software automatically reads bar codes on any scanned document. If a critical bar code cannot be read, the cashier may have to enter information manually. The new scan engine makes that much less likely, however, as Transflo Express scan station 3.5 is better able to read bar codes that are not necessarily printed original.

The new update installs in the background during normal scanning and transmitting operations. There is no service downtime and no action required on the part of truck stop personnel.

Pegasus TransTech has certified Transflo Express Carrier Retrieval 3.5 for Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 to meet Microsoft standards for performance and security on the popular platforms.

At the same time, Pegasus TransTech announced an upgrade for Transflo Now in-cab scanning for computers. The enhancements include a Windows 8 certification, some technical and performance improvements, and a greater choice of compatible scanners.

Scott Kuhne, program coordinator at Pegasus TransTech explained that users will be able to utilize new scanners that recently came on the market or will be introduced soon. Transflo Now can be used by drivers on  desktops as well as laptops or netbooks, and in offices and homes as well as in truck cabs. The upgrade is free, and users will be prompted to download the necessary files.