Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Bar codes not just for groceries anymore

A group of Masters of Engineering Management (MEM) students is working to implement a 2D bar code system on campus this semester. This trial is the first of its kind in the nation; Case was chosen to host the trial due to its tech-savvy nature and its distribution of undergraduates, graduates, faculty, and staff, according to Leigh Ann Barnes, Case 2D code beta trial coordinator.



Blogger Unknown said...

Hi, Great blog!

I know you mentioned groceries in this entry, but what other industries/products seem to use QR codes? What industries in America will catch on first? Will it be the supermarket shelf, the media/entertainment industry, or retail shopping?

I haven't been able to find what specific industries this seems to attrach in Japan and other places where this has caught on.

4:42 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Great blog!

I know you mention groceries in this post but what other specific industries do you see manufacturers using QR codes for in Japan?

I wonder where it will catch on first in America? Will it be the supermarket shelf, the media/entertainment industry or the shopping mall.

I would love for someone to dig into verticals that have emerged in Japan.

4:45 PM  

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