RFID technology has been widely adopted by the automotive industry in individual organisations due to the efficiency and security gains it delivers. However, widespread use between companies is currently much rarer due to compatibility issues. In response to this, Odette , AIAG, JAMA and JAPIA have jointly developed recommendations for RFID use in Returnable Transport…
This specific Odette recommendation describes the processes and methods of tracking and tracing of vehicle parts and enabling the authentication of original parts using RFID technology. It has been developed to move towards achieving widespread standardisation of RFID component usage, tag data storage and RFID technology implementation across supply chains.
This Odette recommendation describes the processes and methods of tracking and tracing vehicles in the distribution processes from factory to dealer using RFID technology and a smart label. It has been developed to move towards achieving widespread standardisation of RFID component usage, tag data storage and RFID technology implementation across vehicle distribution chains.
This specific Odette recommendation describes the processes and methods of tracking and tracing of supply chain containers and enabling the authentication of Returnable Transport items (RTI) using RFID technology. It has been developed to move towards achieving widespread standardisation of RFID component usage, tag data storage and RFID technology implementation across supply chains.
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Freight Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reporting is becoming an increasingly important topic for the industry and cannot be ignored. New standards are being published and there are rising demands for data both from external customers and public bodies as well as to meet the internal GHG accounting objectives of companies. These Guidelines have been bublished specifically for the automotive sector. They are directed at helping all those involved to understand the basic principles and to adopt a consistent approach that will support both recent and future standards and legislative requirements. Rather than introducting new methodologies, these Guidelines make recommendations based on use of the most appropriate existing initiatives. These are initiatives being adopded by industry as a whole and so these Guidelines may be helpful fo those engaged in other sectors besides automotive.
This agreement defines the applicable conditions under which partners will exchange Electronic Invoices.
This best practices guideline for electronic invoicing is intended for companies wishing to implement electronic invoicing and for those wishing to obtain further information on the provisions of current regulations.
This document contains a current state assessment of long term archiving and retrieval within the automotive industry and is a future state vision that describes the four LTAR recommendations and the test bed capability for assessing an enterprise’s LTAR capability.
The SASIG Long Term Archiving & Retrieval Project is developing a set of recommendations to guide companies to effective and efficient archival and retrieval practices. This document addresses the set of format recommendations. In particular this document aims to provide a company with the key functional and technical elements to consider when choosing an archival format(s).
This document aims to provide a company with the key activities, inputs, outputs, controls and mechanisms needed to fully support the long term archiving and retrieval of product definition information. Using official standards as the foundation framework, the SASIG Long Term Archiving & Retrieval Project developed seven comprehensive process flow models depicting the activities and data flows needed to support archival and retrieval from the automotive perspective.
Long Term Archiving & Retrieval of Digital Product Definition Data : Time Period Recommendation – SASIG
This document aims to provide an organization with the key functional and technical elements to consider when choosing a LTAR time period for a particular artifact of product data. Such a period should be retained to meet governmental or organizational requirements. These constraints can be associated with the intellectual property verification and validation; maintenance and repair actions; legal obligations associated with patent litigation, product liability, and tax considerations; and an organization’s design knowledge preservation desires. By correlation, the time period recommendation can be used to determine routine and timely disposal of a product data artifact.
Long Term Archiving & Retrieval of Digital Product Definition Data : Quality Assurance Recommendation – SASIG
This document aims to provide a comprehensive explanation of the four checking and validation functions that define the LTAR Quality Assurance strategy.
The four functions are: Product Data Quality (PDQ) Check, Archival Rules Check, Fixity Check, and Equivalence Validation. Included is a detail description of what each function does, why it is needed, and when it should be performed.
This document is an addendum which provides an explanation of the SASIG ECM Reference Process.
Its purpose is to describe additional aspects which are not explicitly covered by the SASIG ECM Recommendation due to various reasons, but which seems to be necessary in order to get familiar with the ideas behind the SASIG ECM Recommendation.
This chapter provides an overview of the fundamental principles and key phases of the ECR Reference Process.
It describes the solution approaches upon which the ECR recommendation is based.
This recommendation aims to provide support for ECM processes with respect to the communication of change data between customers and suppliers using standards such as ISO10303-214 (STEP AP214) and PLM Services from the OMG.