BALTIMORE – Barcoding, Inc. has been awarded two new patents from the United States Patent and Trademark office (USPTO).
“At Barcoding, we’re continually looking for new ways our platform-based solutions can provide our customers with a competitive advantage,” said Jay Steinmetz, CEO of Barcoding, Inc.
“Part of our innovation strategy is to identify, create and provide uniquely scalable solutions that can help our clients better serve their customers and employees, and these new technologies will help achieve that goal.”
U.S. Patent 10,242,562, “Control systems with modular configurable devices,” will help organizations improve safety, lower error rates and decrease potential for failure through real-time tracking of environmental conditions through various stimulus detection devices, such as carbon monoxide detectors or light detectors. The technology will also allow users to transmit data wirelessly so issues can be detected before a problem occurs.
U.S. Patent 10,194,859, “Activity regulation based on biometric data,” will help organizations improve consistency and service by utilizing biometric user data to adjust schedules for performance-based work. This technology can also help organizations improve safety for employees by identifying physical exertion levels and adjusting work activities to avoid injuries.