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.
Join us to learn from theory to application on how to convert from 1D to 2D barcode!
GS1 Barcode Workshop (Application Identifiers & GS1 2D Barcodes)
Operations/Inventory/ Supply Chain
1. Introduction to GS1 System
2. Introduction to GS1 Application Identifiers
2.1 Understand what is GS1 Application Identifiers (AI) and its functions
2.2 How Application Identifiers can be used for identification
2.3 Understand what is concatenation and its rules and usage
2.4 How to apply the rules in combining AIs
3. Introduction to GS1 Datamatrix
Pre-requisite: Knowledge of GS1 GTIN Keys
3.1 Understand what is GS1 Datamatrix and its key application areas
3.2 Understand how symbol size changes with content data
3.3 Able to differentiate between Datamatrix and GS1 Data Datamatrix
4. Symbol Print and Data Quality
4.1 Understanding what are the available printing techniques?
4.2 Identify the Symbol location
4.3 Know what is good symbol quality
A Certificate of Attendance will be issued to the participants.