The US rail industry pioneered barcode technology in the 1960s, but within a decade the technology was already abandoned. This documentary tells the full story of Kartrak, the first widely-adopted barcode system, and the reasons for its relatively quick downfall. Chapters: 0:00 - Intro 1:20 - Historical Context 3:29 - The Visionary 8:28 - Triumph 13:37 - Downfall 16:23 - Epilogue 18:41 - Credits --------------------------- This video is for educational purposes and is distributed for non-commercial use. It is not monetized nor sponsored. All video footage, images and audio recordings are the property of their original owners and are used in accordance with Fair Use principles. Music: "By The Pond (Instrumental)" by Chad Crouch "Dry Air" by Chad Crouch "Sweet Pea" by Chad Crouch "Out Notes (Instrumental)" by Chad Crouch "Taut" by Chad Crouch "Backwards Flow (Instrumental)" by Chad Crouch "The Bluff Trail (Instrumental)" by Chad Crouch All songs are produced by The Sound Of Picture Production Library and are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 license.
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