Fun Facts about Barcodes
Barcodes were first used to label railroad cars so railroad companies could identify incoming trains and prevent them from colliding. Barcodes were fully developed by the railroad industry and a special code system was created for this purpose.
Not only was the first commercial product with a barcode scanned at Marsh’s supermarket in Troy, Ohio, but the first UPC scanner was installed there as well.
Barcodes are scanned with a 99.99% success rate.
In Seattle, QR codes are inscribed on graves which contain a link to the detailed information about the deceased person.
Barcode data can only be read by barcode readers, a special optical scanner.
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