QR codes to be used in New York for city permits

QR Codes used for health inspection ratings

Businesses will now be able to post detailed information through scannable barcodes. The New York City Council has just passed a bill unanimously, which now requires each of the agencies in the city that performs inspections and then issues licenses, permits, and registrations online, to issue QR codes along with them so that they can be scanned in order to obtain that information. The bill was passed in order to enhance the open data laws within the city. Those laws require all of the agencies in New York City to…

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QR codes worked into Central New York arts group project

QR Code mural by Central New York arts group

Lemp building design underscores the importance of art to the city’s economy. A mural featuring QR codes that direct scanners to a Central New York arts group is now displayed on the M. Lemp downtown Syracuse jewelry store located at South Warren and East Fayette Streets. The importance of the arts to the strength of the economy is beginning to be rediscovered. At a time when businesses of all sizes are experiencing significant struggles, after only just having started to recover from the last downturn, the creative impact of arts…

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