Dept. of Defense (DoD) and Item Unique Identification (IUID)

The U.S. Department of Defense has established the IUID program as a method to identify its tangible assets.

DoD suppliers are required to encode the IUID data into a Data Matrix symbol and directly apply it to specific tangible items to help facilitate item tracking in DoD business systems. The data is also used for management, financial, accountability, and asset management purposes. From tracking ammunition, to mechanical parts and large items, Microscan is at the forefront of developing products to meet the DoD requirements.

Common readers applied include UID DPM and LDP verifiersQX Hawk imager, and Mobile Hawk handheld imager.

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Data Matrix Verification FAQ

  
The purpose of Data Matrix symbol verification is to ensure reliable and consistent symbol quality through the supply chain. This document addresses Frequently Asked Questions about Data Matrix verification.
 

Factors That Determine Symbol Readability

  
How to recognize and create the best quality symbol.
 

Selecting Marking Methods for DPM Applications

  
An overview of marking methods and guidelines for selecting the best one for your application.
 

UID Format Verification

  
Learn how to verify the UID code format and construct the UID number.
 

Review of Direct Part Marking Methods

  
Reviews a wide variety of methods for marking objects with machine-readable symbols in order to track them through the entire life cycle.
 

Application of Data Matrix Verification Standards

  
Discusses the implementation of Data Matrix quality standards and U.S. Department of Defense MIL-STD-130.