In situations where there is a need to key in data into an application/system users refer to the data as being in a human readable form. In the context of the use of data carriers such as bar codes, Human Readable Interpretation refers to the characters printed below, beside or above a data carrier such as a bar code.

A barcode is an optical, machine-readable, representation of data; the data usually describes something about the object that carries the barcode. Originally barcodes systematically represented data by varying the widths and spacing of parallel lines, and may be referred to as linear or one-dimensional (1D). Later two-dimensional (2D) codes were developed, using rectangles, dots, hexagons and other geometric patterns in two dimensions, usually called barcodes although they do not use bars as such. Barcodes originally were scanned by special optical scanners called barcode readers. Later applications software became available for devices that could read images, such as smart phones with cameras.

Barcodes have become an element of modern civilization, as evidenced by their enthusiastic adoption by stores around the world, most items other than fresh produce from a grocery store now have barcodes. Use barcodes to uniquely identify consumers, allowing for customized marketing and greater understanding of individual consumer shopping patterns.

Barcode verification examines scan ability and the quality of the barcode in comparison to industry standards and specifications. Barcode verifiers are primarily used by businesses that print and use barcodes. Any trading partner in the supply chain can test barcode quality. It is important to verify a barcode to ensure that any reader in the supply chain can successfully interpret a barcode with a low error rate.

Apart from providing machine capable for printing barcodes and human readable matter, these vision camera are also capable to inspect these barcode and read human readable formats called OCR (Optical Character Recognition) and OCV (Optical Character Verification) which is a powerful tool for error proofing. For example wrong printed manufacturing date, expiry date or maximum retail price and causing customer dissatisfaction.

We have successfully installed many machines at reputed manufacturers and help them save time, finance and resources and analyze for further improvements.


A barcode system is an integration of hardware and software, consisting primarily of computers, printers, handheld scanners and hardware supporting software. Barcode systems are used to automate data collection where hand recording is neither time or cost effective. Companies also provide RFID equipment and many companies use technologies as part of larger resource management systems.

- DQ/IQ/OQ/PQ & SOPs documentation

- Dispensing Automation

- Raw Material to Finished Goods Automation

- FIFO- First In First Out

- RM Stores Automation

- Support desk

- Online maintenance

- Onsite maintenance

Online Maintenance

We have a dedicated team which provides online support to the clients. Maintenance can be done online, this way the production will not be delay