Bring accessibility to your transactional documents.

The ability to deliver accessible documents to comply with Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as well as other mandates and initiatives, is a growing consideration for many organizations. The Solimar Accessibility Engine enables organizations to create workflows to automatically tag very large volumes of transactional PDF content to create PDF/UA (accessible PDF) files. The engine utilizes powerful, flexible indexing templates to target and tag content.

The Solimar Accessibility Engine applies these templates in automated workflows designed to address the needs of organizations that produce highly personalized content, including banks, brokerages, governments, insurers and schools. Combined with other Solimar products, the Solimar Accessibility Engine routinely supports creating accessible PDF documents from non-PDF source print data such as AFP, IPDS, LCDS, Metacode, PCL, PostScript and VIPP®.

Tagging Accessible Elements with the Solimar Accessibility Engine

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Key Accessibility Features

Visual Templates

Makes setup simple, including defining headers and rearranging reading order

Easy Tagging

Easily identify and tag text, images, and tables - including defining alternate text and selecting language

Powerful Indexing

High-performance and multi-threaded power ensures quick processing of documents

Extensive Tag Types

Article, Caption, Division, Form, Formula, Headings, Label, Lists,  Note, Paragraph, Part and more...

The Solimar Accessibility Engine requires SDX Designer to create the indexing templates needed to define the fields to make accessible in the document. In addition, SOLfusion is required to run the engine to perform the accessibility commands. More advanced workflows can take advantage of running the Accessibility Engine straight from the command line instead of using SOLfusion to run the engine.

Solimar Accessibility Engine System Specifications

  • Please consult the requirements for your edition of Adobe® Acrobat® in addition to those listed below. In case of overlapping requirements, the higher value should be used. Adobe® Acrobat® is not included with SDX Designer. For licensing information, see Adobe Systems at http://www.adobe.com.
  • OS: Server 2008 & Server 2008 R2 (all editions except Web & HPC), Windows 7 (Professional & Ultimate), Windows® 8, Windows® 10
  • CPU: 2.4 GHz
  • RAM: Minimum: 2 GB
  • HDD: 1GB free disk space for software installation, formatted with Windows® NT File System (NTFS)
  • NIC: Ethernet network interface supporting the maximum speed of the network, preferably 1 Gb/s or greater
  • USB Ports: 1 available port required if using physical license keys*
  • Additional Software: Adobe® Acrobat® 8 or higher, Standard or Professional edition; Microsoft® .NET Framework 3.5 SP1
  • Note: SDX Designer will not work with Adobe® Reader
  • OS: Windows® Server 2008 SP1, Server 2008 R2, Windows® 7 Professional or Ultimate SP1 (64-bit), Windows® 8, Windows® 8.1, Windows® 10, Windows® Server 2012, Server 2012 R2
  • CPU: x64 2.4 GHz, Quad Core
  • RAM: Minimum: 8 GB, Recommended: 24 GB or more
  • HDD: 6GB free disk space for software installation, formatted with Windows® NT File System (NTFS). Disk space requirements for processing data vary based on job size, volume, and application
  • NIC: Ethernet network interface supporting the maximum speed of the network, preferably 1 Gb/s or greater
  • USB Ports: 1 available port required if using physical license keys
  • Additional Software: Microsoft® .NET Framework 4.5 will be installed by the installation program if not found