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QR code

 (kyo͞o′är′)
n.
A square grid of smaller black and white squares containing encoded data that is designed to be optically scanned, as to provide information about a product or service.

[q(uick) r(esponse) code.]

QR Code

n
(Electronics) trademark a type of bar code that can be read both horizontally and vertically, allowing large amounts of information to be encoded in it
[C20: Q(uick) R(esponse)]
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He encouraged more to embrace the technology, which can be used with any Emirates ID card, e-gate card or a QR barcode generated via the GDRFA smartphone app.
Smart gates do not require a dedicated card and can identify a traveller by either their passport, Emirates ID, e-gate card or a QR barcode generated via the GDRFA smartphone app.
According to a GDRFA official, registered travellers need only spend eight to 12 seconds to clear the immigration process and can use either a passport, Emirates ID, Smart Gate card or even a QR barcode via the GDRFA DUBAI smartphone app.
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Recipients of Eyejot vCards receive a QR barcode to the sender's complete contact information as well as a link to a Google map of where contact was made.
Visitors can either type in the website address found on illustrative signs at the locations, or scan the QR barcode to be taken to the site automatically.
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