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barcode

(bär′kōd′)
n. also bar code
A DNA barcode.
tr.v.
1. bar·coded, bar·coding, bar·codes To provide or mark (an item) with a barcode.
2. To DNA barcode.
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The adoption rate of barcode verifiers in different industries - such as pharmaceuticals, logistics, healthcare, supply chain inventory, retail, and automotive - in India is expected to expand at an approximate rate of 33% in the next five years.
The previous version of Virtual Barcode Reader belonged to the ORPALIS Labs projects.
'This is the first time such barcode scanning payment system will be used in the Philippines, and we are proud to be GCash's partner merchant for this.
A barcode (also bar code) is a machine readable representation of information (usually dark ink on a light background to create high and low reflectance which is converted to 1s and 0s, which is a binary language that computers use.
According to the company, the SafeTraces DNA barcodes, marketed as safeTracers, can be read anywhere, anytime by minimally trained personnel in minutes, while conventional DNA barcodes require specialised laboratories, clean rooms and highly trained personnel.
All products can be scanned in the same way using an inline barcode scanner, with all the information held in the DEB checked on a per product basis against the details in the AutoCoding database.
ABR Series barcode readers can be configured using the on-board Smart Teach interface or Banner's Barcode Manager software.
The compact, IP67-rated ABR 7000 offers fast processing and has a 1.3 MP (1280 x 1024 pixels) imager that reliably reads small barcodes. Multiple lens options are available, including a software adjustable liquid lens autofocus that easily adapts to changes in read distance.
Headquartered in Chicago, Barcodes is a solution provider of products and services that enable businesses to digitally capture and act on data related to their assets, people, and transactions.
They examined package-level and homogeneous case-level barcodes in their distribution facilities to obtain an indicator of how many packages and homogeneous cases were marked with a readable barcode containing the four DSCSA-required data elements.
These barcodes are sometimes used to identify unknown species or to assess whether species should be combined or separated.
It is a series of vertical bars or a graphical bar pattern which can, (depending on the width and pattern) encode numbers and letters in a format which can easily be retrieved and interpreted by a barcode reader.