Last February, the Superior Court of California purchased new pens for its courtroom clerks, a move that is expected to save more than $50,000 a year. That’s because the new “digital” pens contain tiny cameras that track what’s being written and automatically transfer the information to specially designed digital “smart” forms. This eliminates the need for traditional five-layer carbon paper forms that clerks had been using and reduces repetitive stress injuries, a win-win for all involved.
GovLaunch: From Carbon Paper To Digital Pens for the CA Superior Court
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very cool! I’m interested in tech innovations in the courts as well as “connected justice” with technology across law enforcement, to courts, to correctional. How are these technologies reducing costs and increasing efficiency. Video in particular to save on transport costs, limit lines etc…