"QR Code" (Quick Response, as a trademark term "QR Code") is a two-dimensional code developed by the Japanese company Denso Wave in 1994. Due to an automatic error correction, this method is very robust and therefore widely used". [Wikipedia]
Nowadays the QR Code is an indispensable part of everyday life.
The code is as simple as it is ingenious and packages any sequence of characters in pixels and boxes.
"This is a QR Code. Scan it and see for yourself what happened."
You see: the text was simply converted into a QR code using a QR code generator.
Beware: QR Codes do not encrypt information. They only display it in another (machine-readable) form.
Linking QR Codes to a document
The cioplenu platform has a QR code generator. In your documents, you can add a QR code in the information section. In the search field you can search for an existing QR code or create a new QR code. To do that, activate the create new button and enter a desired text. Then click add.
Afterwards, you can download and print the QR code via the download button.
The cool thing: The QR Code is now automatically linked to the document.
You can link several documents with the same QR Code.
Switch to the Assistant and there to the QR Code Scanner.
If you now scan the QR Code, a list of the linked documents is provided.
QR Codes in practice
Maintenance of machines
Assign QR codes to the maintenance checklists for your machines Then attach the QR codes to the machines. By simply scanning the codes, your employees can access the appropriate documents for the machines - for example, the maintenance checklists.
Checklists for external parties
Scan the following code with your smartphone or tablet:
Über QR-Codes können Sie Dokumente, welche für Externe relevant sind, einfach bereitstellen, indem Sie die URL-Adresse des Dokuments in einen QR-Code umwandeln.