We have developed a technology to generate Unique encrypted QR codes and to maintain its identity throughout its lifecycle.
All transactional events could be captured intelligently right from the birth of the QR code till it is alive and stored on the servers. The transactional events thus forming a Data string is chained on that unique QR code which could be maneuvered and tracked for various analytical processes and purposes.
Three of the largest Corporate houses in India have shown immense interest in the concept and various POCs are under way for final Solution rollouts.
Thinking of implementing an inventory control, it becomes difficult to decide and settle on a one-stop solution. Then, the QR code inventory management system is the solution you are searching for the control of your inventory.
QR codes have become a well-known technology that is used worldwide to track inventories.
Track packaging of the final Bottle in the Boxes to the Packing list. Manage cases in the Bonded
Warehouses. Track products across the distribution network to Countercheck Channel infiltration. Track Manufacturing and Excise payment history. Secure brands against spurious products.
Earlier, where 1D or linear barcode was designed to be mechanically scanned by a narrow beam of light now the QR codes are detected by the 2D digital image sensor and after gets digitally analyzed by a programmed processor.
The design of the QR code has three distinctive squares at the corners of the QR image. The processor locates these squares using the smaller square present near the fourth corner to normalize the size of the image, its orientation, and its view angle.
Then the small dots present on the QR code image are converted to binary numbers and get it validated with an error-correcting algorithm.
The QR code is meant to store the information about the locator, identifier, or tracker in the various forms of standardizing encoding modes such as:
The data storage amount of the QR code symbol depends on the data type and error correction level. The information stored in QR codes includes positioning markings, alignment marking, time pattern, version barcode information, format information, keys for error and data correction, quiet zone, and more.
From business cards to church bulletins QR codes are something that is popping everywhere. The QR code in itself has stored a huge amount of information that can be easily scanned and stored on a mobile phone.
QR code is an important tool for inventory management and manufacturing of inventories.
Some of the advantages of QR code inventory management system are as follows:
Track packaging at the Tablet or Capsule level in the Boxes to the Cases to the Packing list.
Track products across the distribution network in the market. Ensure effective Channel Management.
Clear visibility of stock in the Market. Track aftermarket events like Warranty services and ultimate
scrapping of each products to have clear visibility of Product performance. Ensure brand protection.