- Due to the limited dictionary, predictive input makes manual entry into a computer: quick and easy.
- A printed WCode can be read directly by a machine using camera and OCR Software.
- Native Language WCodes can be used by the non-English speaking population.
- Audio WCodes could be machine–readable using: Speech Recognition technology.
- Logographical WCodes similar to the Japanese graphical emoticons: eMoji, may be feasible.
It is also possible to:
- Ensure: error free delivery of data using checksums; that can be embedded in the WCode.
- Further shorten WCodes since the binary data that they represent, can be compressed.
- Secure end-to-end communication using cryptography algorithms like: Asymmetric–Key Encryption.
- Make WCodes resilient to errors — to an extent; by incorporating: Digital Error Correction techniques.