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This white paper details a means of conceptualizing traceability. Known as “MVRC,” it divides traceability into four phases: marking parts, verifying the markings, reading the markings and communicating the data.
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The apparent complexity of building a robust, real-time traceability system can be overwhelming. For manufacturers to successfully upgrade their current automated systems or even make the leap from a completely manual system to an automated one, it helps to have a clear understanding of what traceability actual entails. Otherwise, the costs of making traceability improvements may falsely seem to outweigh the benefits.
This white paper is intended to provide an introduction encompassing all the essential components to solve traceability challenges, which will set the foundation of a more comprehensive understanding of this crucial manufacturing practice. Unless we break traceability down into particular phases that describe concrete technologies and specific tasks, the big picture can escape us. The “MVRC” concept connects the seemingly abstract, big-picture concept to its real-world, everyday activities and commonly-used technologies.