INDIANAPOLIS - Indianapolis International Airport has installed codes in shelters at parking lots to help people find where they parked their vehicles.
QR codes, or Quick Response codes, have been installed in each shelter of the Economy Lot and at the first pillar of each row of public parking in the Terminal Garage in levels 2-5. People can use their smart phones to scan the code closest to their parking location and receive an email reminding them where they parked.
Users must have a QR-reading app that integrates with an e-mail program.
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