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NHS introduce barcode technology to save money, and lives.

March 3, 2017
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Barcode’s have been around for years, so by now we could assume that their usefulness has been maximised, right? Well that would be wrong, as The Department of Health now say that the latest in barcode technology has the potential to save the NHS up to 1 billion pounds over the next seven years....

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The top 5 barcode inspired buildings

March 3, 2017
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The top 5 barcode inspired buildings

It is not common perception that barcodes are a source of architectural inspiration, so when you find out that there are many buildings that emulate giant barcodes, it is quite surprising to say the least. However, if there is one design that is unparalleled...

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Fast customer receipts and marketing too!

March 14, 2014
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The workhorse at the centre of all business and retail transactions is the receipt.  Without a receipt printer that is flexible,  can work specifically in your business environment and churn out fast accurate  and clear receipts,  the business is going to fall at the...

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Architects turn barcodes into modern art!

March 10, 2014
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Architects turn barcodes into modern art!

“Is that building in his pyjamas?” the little girl asked frowning at the huge black and white building standing in front of her. You can see her point. Totally covered in black and white cladding this stunning if not garish building in New South...

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Barcodes for arts sake?

March 6, 2014
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Barcodes for arts sake?

Some technological processes or commodities in our everyday life are meant to be invisible. Well, not necessarily invisible but they should not draw attention to the consumers eye. They are meant to do their job in the background so effecting a seamless process to...

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Barcodes used to catalogue animal species

February 26, 2014
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Barcodes used to catalogue animal species

The traditional idea of a barcode label is the stripey little tag on retail commodities which allows sellers and manufacturers to keep tabs on the size and make up of their stock. It is of very little interest to the general consumer unless they are...

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