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  • DR2000 Banknote acceptor granted an Australia patent. Patent application number: 16331/01 Title of invention: High intelligence banknote reader with function of multi-spectral sensor auto note face searching and UV counterfeit detection. Patent certificate serial number: 737427.

  • Magnetic and UV sensors have been equipped on DR2000 banknote acceptor for China market that met special requirement of clients in China successfully.

  • Following Dr2000 banknote reader installed on Cash Deposit System in STA NSW. DR2000 banknote acceptors replaced old note acceptors on change machines successfully in Carlovers Dee Why NSW and Belconnen ACT in year 2002.

  • D&R Cash Changer and DR-10 counterfeit checker sample machines have been sent to Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen offices for tasting and marketing in China.

  • Starting from year 2003, to solve the "stringing" problems occurred on some Change machines in Carwash Company in Victoria state, our company developed DR2000-v note acceptor which is a new system combining notes accepting, signal processing and coin/note counters three functions in one. So far there are more than ten Carwash companies in Victoria used this new system.

  • Due to large potential of the market, from year 2004, DR2000 banknote acceptor, vending, kiosk, ticket and change machine etc will be manufactured in both China and Australia.

  • In May 2004, TCHG note to coin change machine was designed successfully. D and R Technology have supplied TCHG-220 change machines to Lacint Developments P/L, Ultra-wash P/L, Strintzos Group P/L, Concord Carlovers, Sparkles Auto Wash P/L and Liverpool Carlovers.

  • In June 2005, three BCHG-110 note to coin change machines have been installed in NSW STA (State Transit Authority) Bus depot in Brookvale, North Sydney and Mona Vale.

  • In Oct 2005, BTKM-110 Bus Ticket Vending Machines were designed successfully for NSW STA. These Machines will be installed in Sydney Wynyard.

  • In August 2006, BTVM-119 Bus Ticket Vending Machines were designed successfully for NSW STA. These Machines will be installed in Sydney Bondi Junction Interchange.

  • In August 2008, ATVM-003 Train Ticket Vending Machines were designed successfully for Sydney Airport Link Company. These Machines are installed in Sydney Domestic Airport Train Station. The machine equipped with a touch screen, accept customer's EFTPOT card and Credit card payment.

  • In August 2009, NZCDSFS-01 Bus Driver Cash Deposit Machine was designed successfully for our New Zealand customer. This machine has been installed in Pavlovich Coachlines P/L in Hamilton New Zealand. The machine can count coin and banknote, issue a receipt and store the data in removable flash drive for office procseeing.

  • In May 2010, NZCDSFS-02 Bus Driver Cash Deposit Machine was designed successfully for our New Zealand Auckland customer. This machine has been installed in Pavlovich Coachlines P/L in Auckland. The machine can count coin and banknote, issue a receipt and store the data in removable flash drive for office procseeing.

  • In May 2011, PKTKMW-01 Ticket Vending Machine was designed successfully for our local customer - Auburn concil goverment. This machine has been installed in Japness Park to sell entry ticket. Machine accept coin and banknote, issue a receipt and change of coin and notes.

  • In August 2014, ABTVM-C01FS TBus Ticket Vending Machines were designed successfully for Sydney Airport Corp. LTD These Machines are installed in Sydney International and Domestic Airport to sell TBus ticket. The machine equipped with a touch screen, accept cash (coin and notes), and credit card payment. Issue coin and note change, also issue bus ticket and receipt.

  • In March 2017, Foreign exchange kiosks were designed successfully. Now marketing for this new product starts in Australia and in China.