Identity Scanner is a Zia AI-driven component that enables you to perform secure identity checks on individuals and documents by scanning and processing various ID proofs or official documents. It is a comprehensive suite that incorporates multiple functionalities divided into two major categories- E-KYC and Document Processing.
The PAN model is a part of the Document Processing feature that enables you to process Indian PAN cards as identity proof documents. This enables you to extract fields of data from a PAN card using an advanced OCR technology, and return the parameters recognized from the PAN card in the response.
You must provide the path to the image file of the front side of the PAN card, as shown in the code below.
Allowed file formats: .jpg, .jpeg, .png
File size limit: 15 MB
You must specify the model type as PAN using ZCOCRModelType. The PAN model can only process text in English by default. No other languages are supported.
The response will contain the parameters extracted from the PAN card such as their first name, last name, date of birth, and their PAN card number assigned to the respective keys.
Ensure the following packages are imported:
import java.sql.Date; import com.zc.component.ml.ZCContent; import com.zc.component.ml.ZCML; import com.zc.component.ml.ZCOCRModelType; import com.zc.component.ml.ZCOCROptions; import com.zc.component.ml.ZCPanData; import java.io.File;
File file = new File("/Users/amelia-421/Desktop/pan.jpg"); //Specify the file path ZCOCROptions options = ZCOCROptions.getInstance().setModelType(ZCOCRModelType.PAN); //Set the model type ZCContent ocrContent = ZCML.getInstance().getContent(file, options); //Call getContent() with the file object to get the detected text in ZCContent object ZCPanData panData = ocrContent.getPanData(); //This method obtains the PAN data //To fetch individual elements like the first name, last name, PAN details, and DOB from the processed image String firstName = panData.getFirstName(); String lastName = panData.getLastName(); String pan = panData.getPan(); Date dob = panData.getDob();
Last Updated 2023-11-07 18:38:30 +0530 +0530
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