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About Barcodes :

 

The history of barcodes :

In 1948 Bernard silver (Bernard Silver) (1924-1962), post-graduate student of Institute of Technology Drexel University (Drexel University) in Philadelphia, overheard President local food chain asked one of the deans to develop a system that automatically reads the information about the product under his control. Silver told friends Woodland Norman Joseph (Norman Joseph Woodland) (born. 1921) and Giordino Johanson (Jordin Johanson). Together, they began to explore various marking systems. Their first working system used ultraviolet ink, but they were quite expensive, and in addition, eventually disappeared.

Convinced that the system be implemented in Woodland left Philadelphia and moved to Florida in the apartment of his father to continue. His next inspiration unexpectedly gave a Morse code — he formed his first barcode from sand on the beach. As he said, “I just extended the dots and dashes downwards and made them narrow and wide lines.” To read the touches, he adapted technology to the soundtrack (audio track), namely the optical soundtrack, used to record sound in the movies. On 20 October 1949 Woodland and silver filed a patent application. In the result they obtained U.S. patent No. 2 612 994, issued October 7, 1952.

In 1951 Woodland and silver tried to interest IBM in developing the system. The company, recognizing the feasibility and attractiveness of the idea, refused to implement it. IBM found that processing the resulting information will require sophisticated equipment, and that its development it will be able to spend when you have free time in the future.

In 1952, Woodland and silver sold the patent filko (Philco — later known as Helios Electric Company). In the same year filko sold the patent to RCA.

 

What is barcode?

Bar code (bar code) is a series of stripes in black and white, presents some information in a form suitable for reading by technical means. The information contained in the code may be printed in a readable code (decoding).

Where used?

This kind of trademark is designed for automatic reading. The bar code is the main part of automated identification technology.The use of a barcode, except for information transfer and object identification, performs several additional functions:

— automatic identification, using mechanized accounting devices (mostly computers); automation of control and accounting of inventory; operational management of the movement of goods

— shipping, transportation, warehousing (productivity increased by 30% or more);

— acceleration and improvement of customer service culture;