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Smarter banknote processing.

Summary: Increased productivity and greater cash center flexibility can only be achieved with innovative technologies, automated banknote processing and advanced connectivity.

There are currently around 500 billion banknotes in circula- tion; despite various cashless payment options, the global quantity of cash is rising. This means innovative cash processing technologies and services will be needed in future; however, they will need to be more efficient, and adapt to new trends and user requirements. Flexible specialist solutions like the new BPS C2 and BPS M3 from G+D Currency Technology are key to efficient automated banknote proces- sing. They are custom-fit, powerful, and their cost-efficiency is truly impressive.

BPS C2 -- SMALL SIZE, MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE

The compact BPS C2 for back offices in bank branches, cash-in-transit companies and casinos, uses cutting-edge sensor technology for the precise recognition of banknote authenticity and fitness -- at a consistently high speed: throughput of 1,050 banknotes per minute supports high productivity during counting, authentication, and sorting, as well as the reading of serial numbers. The BPS C2 can also be flexibly adjusted to suit the customer's preferred application.

With two output compartments and one reject compartment, the BPS C2 is outstandingly suited to fast, interruption- free and reliable accounting, and also offers many different sorting options.

BPS M3 -- COST-EFFICIENT AND PRODUCTIVE

The BPS M3 is a high-performance banknote processing system for commercial cash centers. Its range of functions has been optimized for core functionality. "With the BPS M3, we have clearly concentrated on maximum pro- ductivity and deliberately eliminating comfort features," explains Carmine Grabandt, Business Development Director at G+D Currency Technology. The result is a powerful system with all the advantages of the BPS M segment, such as continual operation at high throughput, and a long service life with excellent cost-efficiency.

Up to 76,000 banknotes per hour can be checked for value and authenticity, and simultaneously sorted based on defined criteria, such as denomination, fitness for circulation, or orientation.

For further information, details and contact, please visit:

gi-de.com/ct

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