High-Performance Banknote Processing Systems
G+D Currency Technology offers scalable solutions for cash centers of any size, for reliable and efficient banknote processing. High-precision sensor technologies form the core of systems.
The range and functionalities of banknote processing systems from G+D Currency Technology are as diverse and individual as the needs of their operators. Whether at central banks or commercial cash centers of any size, casinos, bank branches or backoffices in retail, we offer outstanding reliability, efficiency, and security in every processing step – from banknote assessment to sorting. In addition, all systems feature precise, high-end sensors, a long-life cycle including a broad range of services, ease-of-use and scalability ensuring a first-rate cost/benefit ratio.
A compact design makes the BPS® B1 ideal for counter areas. It features an array of extension options combined with easy handling and is a highly cost-efficient solution.
Compact and versatile, the BPS® C1 is robust and offers high-performance. It combines ease of use with a small footprint and high cost-efficiency.
The BPS® C2 product family offers superior productivity, the utmost security, and a compact, attractive design with a very high level of user-friendliness.
The future-proof compact solution for cash centers with up to 20 delivery stackers offers an array of features for optimizing workflows, reducing costs, and improving productivity in banknote processing.
Developed to meet the needs of small and medium-sized cash centers, count rooms and back offices within large bank branches. The BPS® C5 precisely fulfills banknote processing requirements, with outstanding efficiency, flexibility, and user-friendliness.
The BPS® C6 offers high-level performance, excellent usability and troughput of the fastest level. Perfect for cash centers, commercial banks and casinos with medium to large banknote volumes.
High-performance sensors from the NotaMaster® and NotaScan® families guarantee reliable quality inspection and outstanding processing reliability in the cash cycle.