Two-dimensional (2D) barcodes
Two-dimensional (2D) barcodes look like squares or rectangles that contain many small, individual dots.
A single 2D barcode can hold a significant amount of information and may remain legible even when printed at a small size or etched onto a product. 2D barcodes are used in a wide range of industries, from manufacturing and warehousing to logistics and healthcare. See how it works >
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You will find relevant application standards and guidelines listed below:
- GS1 General Specifications
- GS1 Human Readable Interpretation (HRI) Guideline
- Barcoding Plasma Derivatives
- GS1 DataMatrix Guideline
- RFID Barcode Interoperability Guideline
- GS1 AIDC Healthcare Guideline
- Use of GS1 2D/Matrix Data Carriers in Healthcare
- Bar Coding Plasma Derivatives
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Working with GS1, you can rest assured that your barcodes and unique numbers will be accepted by major retailers and distributors all over the world.