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Background Information

Employment History

Bar Code

Engineer

UPC Barcodes

Affiliations

Founder
Authenticated UPC Registration Directory

Education

B.S.

electrical engineering

University of Maryland

Web References (200 Total References)


The UPC barcoding system was created ...

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The UPC barcoding system was created in the 1970's by George J. Laurer (who worked for IBM). Mr. Laurer presented his UPC barcode system to food industries in the USA and it was selected as a universal method to keep track of items and prices in inventory systems. Mr. Laurer's UPC system has since spread worldwide and is now the preferred international method for tracking products.

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This American company is recommended by George J. Laurer (who invented UPC barcodes), therefore you can be confident that the barcodes we give you will belong to you alone & be unique worldwide.
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The inventor of the 12-digit UPC barcode was George Joseph Laurer (from New York). On his website, Mr. Laurer is very helpful in sharing his knowledge about the barcode symbol system he invented. He is frustrated by the enormous fees that GS1-US has recently decided to charge for 'membership', and recommends legitimate companies (like our company) which can sell barcode numbers at a one-off reasonable price. Our barcode numbers come from a source that Mr. Laurer recommends.


In the early 1970s, IBM's ...

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In the early 1970s, IBM's George Laurer designed the familiar black-and-white rectangle based on Woodland's model-with considerable input from Woodland, who also worked at IBM.


The invention of the UPC, or ...

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The invention of the UPC, or the Uniform Product Code, was developed by George J. Laurer in 1973. Originally from New York, Laurer worked as an engineer for the IBM Corporation where he undertook developing the pattern of the UPC; in 1973 he finished the project.


Celebrating 40 Years of the UPC ...

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Celebrating 40 Years of the UPC The invention of the UPC, or the Uniform Product Code, was developed by George J. Laurer in 1973. Originally from New York, Laurer worked as an engineer for the IBM Corporation where he undertook developing the pattern of the UPC; in 1973 he finished the project. One year later, [...]


The UPC code was designed by ...

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The UPC code was designed by IBM engineer George Laurer, who was assigned with the task of developing a universal code to help grocery stores, and that could be used across different industries.

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