The LVS-9580 DPM verifies the readability, quality, and data integrity of both 1D and 2D direct part marks to internationally-accepted standards including ISO/IEC 29158 TR, and MIL-STD-130N. As with other LVS-95XX-series barcode verifiers, testing against GS1 application standards provides assurance that the product labeling requirements of recently-enacted U.S. FDA guidelines for medical devices, commonly known as Unique Device Identification (UDI), are met.
Old DPMs never die, nor do they fade away. At least they’re not supposed to meet their demise before the part carrying them goes out of service. One of the major challenges of using DPMs (short for “direct part marks”) to trace products and parts lies in the need for permanence. If a part is to be incorporated into a brand-new Boeing 737 and the aircraft is expected to stay in service for several decades, then the DPM on that part needs to last several decades as well. This is known as “cradle-to-grave traceability” – a fundamental requirement for the sake of quality control and public safety.
In the highly competitive market of manufacturing, increasing pressures to shrink margins, reduce costs and improve product quality has manufacturers looking for solutions. This presentation will discuss 3 practical ways how IIoT can create value for your company and the technology solutions available to support your IIoT projects.