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2DTG unveils Upgrade to its PDF417 Professional Edition Decoder – Release 12.11

Mon, 2012-11-19

The Upgrade deals mainly with three "decoder areas":

2DTG unveils Upgrade to its PDF417 Professional Edition Decoder – Release 12.11

2DTG has published its new WEB-site

Mon, 2011-12-26

2DTG has published its new WEB-site introducing a number of new features designed with the customer needs in mind.  

These features include:

2DTG has published its new WEB-site

2DTG has presented Fluorescent Mark Technology for DPM Applications

Mon, 2010-11-01

2D Technology Group jointly with Constellation 3D Vostok, Ltd. has presented Fluorescent Mark Technology for DPM Applications at the AIM Expo, November 1-3, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

2DTG has presented Fluorescent Mark Technology for DPM Applications

2DTG scientists have been granted a patent by the US Patent and Trademark Office

Tue, 2012-10-30

The Patent (“Mathematical method of 2D Barcode authentication for Embedded Processing”)  is directed to developing mathematical method of 2D (two-dimensional) Barcode authentication, utilizing digital signature concept, and suitable for embedded processing.

2DTG scientists have been granted a patent by the US Patent and Trademark Office

2DTG is certified as an Independent Software Vendor for Honeywell Scanning and Mobility

Wed, 2011-10-12

2DTG is certified as an Independent Software Vendor for Honeywell Scanning and Mobility.

2DTG is certified as an Independent Software Vendor for Honeywell Scanning and Mobility

2DTG unveils DPM reader for Honeywell’s Dolphin 6500 Mobile Computer

Tue, 2012-10-30

2DTG unveils DPM Reader for Honeywell Dolphin 6500 Mobile Computer. Functionally it’s the same product as DPM Reader (Plugin) for Xenon 1900 platform, but compiled in Windows CE 5.0 environment.

Honeywell 6500 is a lightweight and versatile mobile computer that provides advanced data collection and real-time wireless communication for in-premise applications in retail, grocery and light-industrial supply chain environments.

2DTG unveils DPM reader for Honeywell’s Dolphin 6500 Mobile Computer

2DTG Unveils DPM Upgrade to Honeywell's Xenon™ 1900/1902 and Vuquest™ 3310g Area-Imaging Scanners

Tue, 2012-04-24

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

2D Technology Group (2DTG) Unveils DPM Upgrade to Honeywell Scanning & Mobility General Purpose Xenon™ 1900/1902 and Vuquest™ 3310g Area-Imaging Scanners

Powerful and compact area-imaging scanners offer superior performance for DPM applications with industry-leading Adaptus™ Imaging Technology 6.0 by Honeywell and DPM Decoder/Plugin by 2DTG.

2DTG Unveils DPM Upgrade to Honeywell's Xenon™ 1900/1902 and Vuquest™ 3310g Area-Imaging Scanners

Your DPM plugin for Honeywell Adaptus engine is interesting, but I could not read a code with Xenon 1902HD that was etched in a surgical instrument. The size of the Data Matrix code (16 x 16 square) was 2.5 x 2.5 mm.

Xenon 1900/1902HD resolution for Data Matrix barcode is 5 mil (0.127 mm). However, this is a “passport data” for a general purpose scanner, measured when reading an almost ideal “paper labels” – Data Matrix symbols printed onto a white paper.

For DPM samples the resolution might be not as high as for the “ideal labels” – even if the print quality is very good, the surface/substrate, on which the symbol is planted, affect the image quality in most cases.

Faq Category:
DPM Plug-in

When/where the use of your software is mostly beneficial?

  • If you develop the application for Windows | Linux | Embedded | Mobile platforms, which has to recognize and decode the Matrix (2D) or Linear (1D) barcodes.
  • If your application has challenging requirements such as:  decoding multiple barcodes within an image, calculating symbol's print quality, supporting Direct Part Marking (DPM) decoding, etc.

Faq Category:
General

What is the requirement (if any) for a size of the Quiet Zone in your QR Code decoding algorithm?

ISO/IEC 18004 standard defines Quiet Zone as a region which shall be free of all other markings, surrounding the symbol on all four sides. Its nominal reflectance value shall be equal to that of the light modules.

For QR Code symbols its width shall be 4X.

For Micro QR Code symbols its width shall be 2X,

where X is the size of the single module.

Faq Category:
QR Code SDK
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