We do not currently use but are considering the dynamic QR process. There are currently several vendors of dynamic QR codes which can integrate with Excel or more advanced inventory systems. There are also various bar code systems in used in industry. Given the most recent tragic chemical event in China, it would be great to see a universal system established that could be read from a label and populate a database for emergency responders which could then be shared internally, campus wide, and community wide. Joe
Technical Director Chemical Compliance Management
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Dear Learned Ones….
We are interested in a more efficient & accurate system to read the label on a bottle with a mobile device for chemical inventory.
Our current practice of using people to read the label on the container and type in the data is slow, prone to errors and a waste of human capital.
Are any of you aware of any tool that can be used to read a container label and identify/capture the information?
If you know of a company able and willing to develop such an interface please share that information with me as well..
Russell Vernon, Ph.D.
Environmental Health & Safety
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