Application of bar codes that contain location information onto outdoor media structures. Used in computerized proof of performance systems.
A method of encrypting data for fast and faultless readability. Bar codes are used to enhance timely and accurate transfer of data from printed medium to a computer system. Bar codes may represent letters or numbers or both.
Encoding information using a series of black and white stripes. Bar codes are based on a series of parallel black bars and white spaces. New technologies include so-called "two-dimensional" bar codes that can store much more information than traditional one-dimensional bar codes.
An identification technology that encodes data into groups of variously patterned bars and spaces and sometimes numbers. These are scanned and read into computer memory.
(Outdoor) Technology similar to supermarket's UPC symbols whereby locations, postings, and other information can be scanned and checked by electronically "reading" bar code information. Used for labour-saving, error-free operations as well as for performance verification of contracts.
An automatic identification technology that uses parallel dark bars & spaces to represent characters. Bar coding is used to track materials in the supply chain.
an automatic identification technology that encodes data in a printed pattern of varying-width bars and spaces, in accordance with pre-determined rules.
Machine readable alphabetic and/or numeric information used for identification of packaged parts.
A method of encoding data for fast and accurate electronic readability. Bar codes are a series of alternating bars and spaces printed or stamped on products, labels, or other media, representing encoded information which can be read by electronic readers, used to facilitate timely and accurate input of data to a computer system. Bar codes represent letters and/or numbers and special characters like +, /, -, etc.
Technology similar to supermarket Universal Product Code (UPC) data whereby locations, times, and other installation information can be scanned and electronically captured to verify the execution of an out of home contract.
A method of encoding data using bar code for fast and accurate readability.