Barcodes are everywhere: on our favorite products, in the advertisements we see, on our mail and now even on the foods we eat. But that hasn’t always been the case. What began as an attempt to automate the grocery store checkout experience has evolved into an entire industry of automation and data capture that has taken the world by storm— revolutionizing many standard business processes that we still use today. While...

Today, we’ve released the latest version of our Barcode Scanner SDK for iOS and Android, which includes significant improvements to blurry barcode scanning performance and decode range. Be sure to download the latest SDK and update your mobile application to harness the unmatched barcode scanning performance Scandit has to offer. If you haven’t experienced the performance of Scandit, consider signing up for a 30-Day Test SDK today. Here is a list of...

There are many types of barcodes—and each brings unique opportunities and challenges to the table. With such a range of options to choose from, it can be tough to determine which barcodes will best suit your products, inventory or assets. Should you invest in 1D or 2D barcodes? Which barcode variants work best for your specific industry? And, most importantly, which barcodes will provide the highest efficiency and business value...

At Scandit, we're always providing the best mobile solutions for today's enterprise. Last week, we released our latest version of the Scandit Barcode Scanner SDK with new features, enhanced scan performance and our latest bug fixes. You can see our release notes below and download the enterprise trial of our Barcode Scanner SDK today. If you haven't experienced the precision and reliability of our barcode scanner, there has never been...

The Code 93 Barcode type was originally developed in 1982 by Intermec to improve upon, and compliment, the Code 39 barcode type. Code 93, like Code 39, utilizes the full ASCII character set by using combinations of 2 characters, but was designed to be a higher density code that is also more secure. The symbology derives its name because every character is constructed from 9 modules or elements arranged into...