Our work with GS1 has been featured in The Times, as Orca Scan provides the technology behind the next innovation of barcodes.
Louise Eccles, Consumer Affairs Editor, writes: “The barcode is so integral to daily life that it is scanned ten billion times a day, more times than Google’s search engine is used. However, the familiar black lines we see daily on all retail products is likely to be replaced by the QR code within the next five years, according to GS1, the not-for-profit regulator behind most of the world’s barcodes…”
“In the future, shoppers will be able to scan a jar of sauce and be taken to a screen with a series of icons that can tell them detailed information.”
Read more about the future of barcodes, and our collaboration with GS1, here 👈