electronic recording

electronic recording

[i‚lek′trän·ik ri′kȯrd·iŋ]
(electronics)
The process of making a graphical record of a varying quantity or signal (or the result of such a process) by electronic means, involving control of an electron beam by electric or magnetic fields, as in a cathode-ray oscillograph, in contrast to light-beam recording.
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The new system is based on the same technology, standards, and security used in Ingeo's market-leading Electronic Recording System, providing a full range of benefits on a smaller scale.
Other counties in California have implemented electronic recording solutions, but San Mateo is the first to combine government-to-government services and private sector document submission services in a single system.
Ingeo's electronic recording application, eRecord, is completely integrated with the county's current backend system, LRMS from TriMin Systems.
Douglas County, Colorado is the next county in the nation to accept documents for electronic recording using the system.
Snohomish County, Washington, will soon begin accepting documents for electronic recording using Hart InterCivic's Universal eRecording Counter for electronic recording of official public records.
Rekon Technologies, maker of Rekon2000 and Rekon95 software systems for creating electronically prepared releases and assignments, announced today the nearly completed integration project with Ingeo's Electronic Recording System.
Simplifile Finalizes Its Integration With SECURE, A California Multi-County Electronic Recording Delivery System
But, electronic recording has proven a valuable tool in administering justice by accurately preserving confession evidence.
THE NEW UNIFORM REAL PROPERTY ELECtronic Recording Act (URPERA), which gives county clerks and recorders the legal authority to prepare for electronic recording of real property records, has been approved by the National Conference of Commissioners, Chicago.
Currently, state law has to be changed to allow for the county to offer electronic recording.
Kaufman was viewing the first production electronic recording in Harris County, Texas, the third most-populous county in the United States.

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