Barcoding

Barcoding

Ostendo Operations Barcoding

Ostendo Barcoding

  • Can create and read a wide range of barcode languages (see below)
  • Barcoding fully compliant with GS1 standard and with QR Codes
  • Can create and read GS1 standard barcodes and QR Codes
  • Works with Ostendo Freeway Mobility Barcoding

Ostendo Freeway Mobility Barcoding

  • Barcoding that works on devices with an inbuilt barcode scanner, with external bluetooth barcode scanner or with the device's camera. Can read all barcode types including GS1 standard and QR Codes.

GS1 Barcode Standard

The GS1-128 barcode is a universal barcode application standard of the Code 128 barcode format created by GS1 the international standards authority for barcodes. It is a one-dimensional font of vertical bars which encodes both letters and numbers. This capability makes it very useful for encoding complex information. It is widely used in manufacturing and logistics.
 
A GS1-128 barcode can contain a Serial Shipment Container Code (SSCC) used to identify a logistic unit, or item information including company code, product code, lot/batch number, serial number, expiry date, quantity, weight, and more. Any combination of these data points may be used by a company in a single barcode. How these items of data are arranged in the barcode is controlled by the GS1 specification.
 
 
An example of a GS1-128 barcode for Manufacturing encoded with multiple pieces of data
including serial number, production date, and expiration date.
 
Ostendo Operations GS1 Barcode for Logistics
 
An example of a GS1-128 barcode for Logistics with a Serial Shipment Container Code,
unique company code, and the company's unique container code.

QR Codes

Ostendo Operations QR Code     Ostendo Operations QR Code

QR code (Quick Response Code) is the trademark for a type of matrix barcode, or two-dimensional barcode. Information can be encoded by a variety of methods and different types of encoding can be used in the same QR code. Every QR code consists of a number of black squares and dots which represent certain pieces of information.
 
QR Codes became popular due to its fast readability and greater storage capacity compared to standard UPC barcodes. Applications include product tracking, item identification, time tracking, asset tracking, document management and general marketing.
 
Barcode Languages Supported
 
Ostendo Operations (ERP) and Ostendo Freeway Mobility support a wide range of barcode languages. The barcode language we recommend for general use is EAN-128B which can read numbers and letters.
 
  • EAN-128
  • EAN-128A
  • EAN-128B
  • EAN-128C
  • EAN-8
  • EAN-13
  • GS1 Code 128
  • GS1 Databar E.
  • GS1 Databar E.S.
  • Code 39
  • Code 39 Extended
  • Code 128
  • Code 128A
  • Code 128B
  • Code 128C
  • Code 93
  • Code 93 Extended
  • QR Code
  • Pharmacode
  • MSI
  • PostNet
  • Codabar
  • UPC-A
  • UPC-E0
  • UPC-E1
  • UPC-Supp2
  • UPC-Supp5
  • USPS Intelligent Mail
  • 2 of 5 Interleaved
  • 2 of 5 Industrial
  • 2 of 5 Matrix
  • PDF417
  • DataMatrix
  • Aztec
  • MaxiCode