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Top 5 practical applications of QR code technology

Self-serving and quick payment methods are the new black of modern society where everything is becoming more and more convenient with the integration of technologies. From quick scanning to online banking and QR tracking. With most people getting used to the convenience of this lifestyle, they seem to ignore or forget the system behind all of this. It is easier to use a QR menu ordering system Malaysia restaurants often offer than think about how the QR technologies are applied.

Here are some of the practical applications of QR code technology in daily life.  

Introduce payments

QR codes allow people to complete easy payments using their phones which has now become a social norm in most developing and developed countries with the convenience of the system. People now don’t have to carry with them the bulkiness of traditional paper money pills whenever they are making big purchases or small ones. Everything could now be done with clicks with the support of online banking services integrated with QR code technology. Malaysians now can observe this high penetration of QR code payment everywhere from grocery stores, public transportation, cafes, and even in luxury places. The goal is to reduce as much as possible the cumbersome physical bills, facilitating smooth operations and transactions between human to human and business to business. 

Digital Showroom

Besides the physical showroom, people could now combine and even extend their product exhibitions a step further with the help of augmented reality collaboration with QR code technology. What people could do is digitise their physical exhibition items, play with the virtual transformation tweaks, and save that version into a QR. This QR code could then be placed next to or combined with the actual item and people could use their phones, to scan and observe the other realities of your exhibition. Lots of big and small exhibitions across the world have applied this kind of exhibition to diversify the participants’ experiences and create more room for creativity. Especially those of visual arts.

Encrypt product information

People nowadays besides reading and inspecting what is being printed on the product could use their phones and scan the QR code that the producers have put on their items. These QR codes allow people to have access to more detailed and thorough information about the product in question as well as an introduction about the brand the product comes from. Facilitating a better understanding and customer experience as now the customers could interact with the purchased item in a new way as well as satisfy their demands of further research about the product. 

Allow products to be traceable 

As aforementioned, the product’s information could be encrypted into a QR and the users could do further research upon scanning the QR code with their phones. This also allows other related authorities to trace back to the producers and the origin of the products as well as allowing machines to categorise these items while manufacturing or storing. Speeding up the process and allowing for a smooth transition as all of the information is now accessible using only a normal smartphone.

Vivien Valerie