For OEM manufacturers looking to integrate enterprise-grade barcode scanning into their operations, there is a solution that will improve both efficiency and accuracy. CortexDecoder is a high-performance decoding algorithm that works on any platform or operating system and provides the results that will make you wonder why you didn’t make the move sooner.
The Iristick eyewear gives employees the ability to scan multiple targets and to move through inventory or parts with quickness and accuracy without a cellphone, tablet, or handheld scanner. Using Code’s CortexDecoder SDK solution, these safety glasses are the ultimate mobile barcode scanning technology. Imagine a warehouse where employees can scan barcodes from a distance and use voice commands for clarification while having both hands free to continue performing critical tasks. Powered by Code’s CortexDecoder, this isn’t science fiction anymore, it’s science fact.
CortexDecoder's barcode reading SDK improved the speed of Spectralink’s barcode reading across the board. When challenged with damaged or distorted barcodes, the devices read with zero-miss accuracy at a rate six times faster than the competition. Additionally, CortexDecoder could read barcodes on shiny or reflective surfaces, such as medication packaging or IV fluid bags, as well as accurately scanning in low light or from difficult angles.
Code’s CortexDecoder is chosen by Samsung Electronics Co. for use at their Mobile Headquarters in South Korea.
When you are the nation’s leading provider of registration services to many of the world’s top event organizers, speed, efficiency, and accuracy are vital to your success. CompuSystems is a registration services provider to events such as CES (the Consumer Electronics Show), the SEMA show (Speed Equipment Manufacturing Association), and E3 (the Electronic Entertainment Expo). In addition to event registration services, CompuSystems also provides event data analytics, attendance promotion, and event lead management services to the vendors attending the show.These shows can attract between 60,000–175,000 people every year, with all attendees requiring a registration badge, including a barcode that is scanned at various points throughout the show. The magnitude of this undertaking is clear – and it’s huge!
Snabble’s Scan & Go app is reshaping retail by enabling customers to scan and pay for items via smartphone. Snabble’s Head of Business Development, Alexandra “Alexis” Tsingeni, outlines what makes this #SelfCheckout app unique and reveals the SDK behind much of its success.
Çizgi Technology Serving the Greater Good: Self-guidance Kiosks Support Social Distancing in Turkish Hospitals
Driven by the 2020–2021 COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals across Turkey adopted Çizgi Teknoloji’s self-service queue management kiosks—patients scan a barcode to check-in. Installed to minimize opportunities for coronavirus transmission between patients and staff, the kiosks also serve as wayfinders and can administer some test results. Çizgi selected Code’s 8200 Scan Engine to ensure smooth data capture and decoding performance and reliability.
A Scan and Go first, Nomitri’s Intelligent Shopping Assistant App uses artificial intelligence to turn shopping carts into check-out stands and smartphones into clerks. A shopper slides their smartphone into a cart-mounted cradle, scans items via smartphone camera while placing them in the cart, pays virtually, and leaves. The lightweight app uses Code’s CortextDecoder Software Development Kit (SDK) for accurate, offline scanning—customers don’t need Wi-Fi.
For decades, waiting seemed like the most burdensome part of grocery shopping. So a few retail tech experts, app developers, and impatient shoppers formed FutureProof Retail (FPR) to eliminate waiting. The New York City-based firm developed their “Scan & Go Mobile Checkout App.” Billed as frictionless checkout, FPR’s Scan & Go app enables customers to skip lines by scanning items and paying via smartphone. Read how Code’s Scanning Software Development Kit (SDK) helps hurried shoppers skip the line.