Two New Patents Help Barcoding, Inc. Bring Customers Greater Efficiency

Last week, Barcoding, Inc. was awarded a pair of patents from the United States Patent and Trademark Office as part of our plans to help customers reach new heights in efficiency, accuracy, and connectivity.

The first patent, which is for “control systems with modular configurable devices,” will help businesses to reduce their error rate and their potential for failure, while improving safety at the same time. It will involve tracking environmental conditions, such as carbon monoxide and light, in real-time with the help of detectors, and users will be able to transmit data wirelessly to detect problems before they get out of hand.

The second patent, which is for “activity regulation based on biometric data,” is aimed at helping businesses enjoy better service and consistency by using biometric user data to make adjustments to schedules for performance-based work. It can also help businesses provide better safety to their workers by keeping track of their physical exertion levels and then adjusting their work activities in ways that can help them to prevent injuries.

Constantly Innovating and Improving

Our CEO, Jay Steinmetz, said that Barcoding, Inc. is constantly seeking new ways that their platform-based solutions can give clients more of a competitive advantage in a way that is scalable, and these new patents are a big part of that strategy.

These two patents are just two of the latest innovations from Barcoding, Inc. Stay tuned for more news as we continue to innovate and help all types of business achieve their goals.

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