Use this resource to become familiar with the terminology and concepts for using DENSO technology.
Some examples of bar code usage include: sales, merchandise restocking, logistics, package tracking, and manufacturing. Click to learn more.
Advanced scanning is a reading method with improvements to scanners that use the conventional CCD method.
Data retrieval is achieved when bar code scanners shine a light at a bar code, capture the reflected light, and replace the bars with binary digital signals.
A Bar Code is a system for storing and displaying integrated data such as price, model, and manufacturer in a format composed of bars and spaces.
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QR Code 2D barcode technology was invented by Masahiro Hara of DENSO WAVE in the mid-1990s.
SQRC (Secret-function-equipped QR Code) is a QR Code that has data reading restrictions that can be used for managing private information.
2D scanners greatly improve ease of use. Unique image-processing technology enables scanning of obscured, faint, or damaged barcodes.
QR Codes are matrix type codes developed to accomplish three primary goals. Learn what these goals are, how they work, and what QR codes are used for.