QR codes from Mercedes assist emergency responders

QR codes from Mercedes assist emergency responders

QR codes from Mercedes assist emergency responders | QR4U.in

The QR codes that are fitted to the latest models produced by Mercedes-Benz could mean the difference between life and death for some drivers. The barcodes are now also being retrofitted to the vehicles released over the last few decades for Mercedes and Smart Cars. They will give emergency responders the opportunity to scan the codes so that they can better understand the details of the specific model of car involved in the crash.

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