From Barcode to QR Code Applications
AbstractThis paper shows the Zsohár Horticulture Company in Nagyrákos, how they want to change their barcode identification system to QR code. They cultivate herbaceous, perpetual decorational plants, rock-garden, flower-bed and swamp perpetuals, decorational grasses and spices. A part of the perpetuals are evergreens, but most of them has special organs - such as onions, thick-, bulbous roots, "winter-proof" buds - so they can survive winter. In the first part of the paper I introduce the different barcode standards, how can it be printed and how can it be read. In the second part of the paper I give details about the quick response code (QR code) and the two-dimensional (2D) barcode. Third part of this paper illustrates the QR code usability in agriculture focused on the gardening.
How to Cite
Várallyai, L. (2013). From Barcode to QR Code Applications. Journal of Agricultural Informatics, 3(2). https://doi.org/10.17700/jai.2012.3.2.92
Journal of Agricultural Informatics