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Smartphone Scanning Coming to Best Buy and Staples on Canon Products–FDA Recalls In This Same Fashion Would Be Nice With M

Posted Sep 22 2010 11:02am

I have many posts on this topic and just yesterday I looked at my Tag Heat Map – awesome.  There are some cereals in the super market that have Tags too.

Below is a short excerpt that shows how tags would help find stolen drugs too with a heat map, very cool stuff and I’ll keep the campaign going!   Read the link and make your own Twitter Tag too, very easy!  BD

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Ok remember a while back where I said stolen drugs could be located with image Tags, well here we have a suggestion or an idea, a heat map from Bing.  The products could be tagged by “lot” number and/or products.  Obviously on a large scale we are looking at one grand “cloud” operation here.  Device and drug companies could have their own maps and of course with a synchronized FDA data base and perhaps one at the DEA some of those stolen articles could be found when someone goes to scan a product?  In case you have missed some of this click on the “bar code campaign” image and see a summary of what ideas I have been cooking up to even include the White House using them.  image The link is always at the top of the blog for reference any time.

Canon U.S.A. Pioneers Mobile Marketing Solution that Combines Device-Optimized Mobile Web Sites and 2D Bar Code Technology to Facilitate In-Store Shopping

AKRON, Ohio, Sept. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Knotice, the leading provider of direct digital marketing software and services, is helping Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging, better engage shoppers throughout North America with an original, innovative mobile marketing program.

The Knotice designed solution leverages the mobile Web and 2D bar code technology. Labels containing a Microsoft Tag 2D bar code are placed on select Canon product at leading retailers such as Best Buy and Staples. Consumers, or store associates, simply use a smartphone to scan a tag that launches a device-optimized mobile microsite. The site contains user-generated ratings and reviews, video product demonstrations, detailed product information, and more.

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