American Ingenuity is Still at Work in Courthouses

I was in Michigan last week speaking to an amazing group. The company developed special cameras, made in Germany, to take to Courthouses around the country to image public records. The amazing thing is that their cameras read the humps and bumps in those enormous tract books by refocusing the images as they cross the page. In other words, they don’t have to take the books apart. They work in teams, 24/7, traveling with the cameras to wherever they are needed. Some of the team scan the pages, others carefully proof the images for clarity, and they can even create the grantor grantee books and tract books. I am very proud of these people. Lets keep our jobs in the US and lets continue to invent new and better ways of doing the same old tasks.

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