The universal product code (UPC) is a barcode symbology which is used to decode the information about the products. Wallace Flint was the first person to invent automated check out system, in the year 1932. Bernard Silver and Norman Joseph Woodland printed barcodes using ink and patented this technology. In the 196os multicolor barcodes were used to track rail cars. Six industry associations, consisting of members from product… ...Continue reading
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A barcode scanner is an electronic machine used to read the printed barcodes. A group of Harvard students developed a system based on cards with punch holes in them. The modern day barcode technology is a result of research made by Bernard Silver and Norman Woodland in 1948 for which they received a patent.
The first bar code had only four lines with black lines on… ...Continue reading
It is not such a great accomplishment when you can discover something these days with the help of extraordinary technology, compared to the ancient times where people did marvelous wonders and discoveries.
First of all we must talk about those great scientists who said that earth is round even before Columbus proved it with his voyage. We must thank those great scientists who provided us zero and 1
A World War II-era air traffic network that often forces planes to take longer, zigzagging routes is costing U.S. airlines billions of dollars in wasted fuel while an upgrade to a satellite-based system has languished in the planning stages for more than a decade.
The $35 billion plan would replace the current radar system with the kind of GPS technology that has become commonplace in cars and cell
Many of us know about Einstein. He is such a famous scientist having proposed so many theories and so many patents. His energy mass relation formula is as famous as him. These days it is a fashion to have T-shirts with Einstein’s equation, E=mc2, carved on it. There is a pop album released recently on the name of this equation, and gave a record to Carey in