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Wikipedia Serbian identity card - The police has provided the public with freeware software to download the data from any ID card to a computer (except for the scanned signature and the fingerprint) using a standard smart card reader. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serbian_identity_card
an ID when the text is encoded and printed in a standardised format - like passports that all have at the bottom of the page with the face picture 2 lines that are in "plain text" [anyone can read it] and the content is in an internationally agreed format that makes it easy to use OCR (Optical Character Recognition) to "read it" by a computerised system.
You have a more modern version of it, where the human readable "plain text" is quite limited and there is a memory chip that can potentially hold the equivalent of a small book with all sort of information. I've never heard of anyone making an "extract" of the memory chip content to print it - the whole point is to avoid paper.
"očitavanje" - without any further context - would simply mean using OCR so that an IT system can get the content that is anyway printed / "human readable" on the Identity Document.
in both cases the result of "reading the ID by a machine" would be a digital file in an electronic memory.
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Read identity card document
Explanation: Read identity card document
‘Machine readable ID’ would be the description of a card storing the holder’s personal information on a chip that can be read (and authenticated) by the ID card reader.
milena beba United Kingdom Specializes in field Native speaker of: Serbian, Serbo-Croat PRO pts in category: 61