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Today, traditional barcodes have been credited for saving Canadian companies over $17B per year . Nevertheless, barcodes are regarded as a mature technology with diminutive room for advancement. As society craves more storage capacity in identification tags, there is a shift in focus towards Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags which is poised to replace barcodes as the dominant design...
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Figure 1 shows the S-curves for barcode technology. Barcodes were invented in 1948 by Bernard Silver, and Norman Woodland at the Drexel Institute of Technology. These two graduate students were awarded U.S. Patent 2612994 for this technology in 1952, where it was first used for identifying railroad cars...
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