QR Code is a term used to describe a type of barcode that was developed by Denso-Wave in 1994 The term ”QR“ is derived from ”Quick Response“. It is essentially a printed ”image“ containing data which when photographed by a camera phone, can decode the information encoded in the image. It is developed for high demand, fast-moving environment. QR codes have an error correction encoding and can hold the data intact, even if 30 percent of the printed image is damaged or obscured. QR Code can store a lot more data in a given area when compared to the conventional barcode.
Information such as product code, serial number, and manufactured date can be encoded using a QR Code. The content of the encoded message can be stored as text format which can then be parsed using a delimiter to extract the field content. The real advantage is the ability to benefit access information on the move since almost all new mobile phones come with a camera and use the same SME infrastructure. Therefore, the data can be acted upon immediately by SME.
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