If you need a portable barcode scanner that uses proven ZXing barcode scanning technology. Or if you need a custom device solution. We have numerous applications that can fill these needs. Think of us as a company that has experience creating applications that can interface with 3rd party devices.
We specialise in applications that interface with readers. For example, barcode, magnetic stripe, OCR and passport just to name a few. If you have a device and don't know how to use it, we can help.
Feel free to download and try any of the applications that we have provided. Contact us if you need our help.
Creating interfaces for hardware or software readers
Mobile software for interfacing with readers and other systems
Creating software that integrates with other systems
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