Standard: ISO - 18495-1
INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS - COMMERCIAL FREIGHT - AUTOMOTIVE VISIBILITY IN THE DISTRIBUTION SUPPLY CHAIN - PART 1: ARCHITECTURE AND DATA DEFINITIONS
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This part of ISO 18495 establishes a framework and architecture for data collection and to provide data definitions for visibility of vehicles, self-propelled construction machinery and agricultural equipment (hereinafter referred to as “automotives” or “automobiles”) in the distribution supply chain between a point of origin (start of logistics movement) and an intended destination.
This architecture is designed to cover any undocumented movements at any location. The scope of this part of ISO 18495 is to
a) enable dynamic location within a storage area/compound,
b) provide consistent use of the ISO 3779/ ISO 3780 VIN (where available) as the prime identifier, and
c) where a VIN is not available, provide consistent and standardized identification throughout the distribution chain movement.
NOTE 1 The scope of this part of ISO 18495 does not standardize the data carriers or their interrogation means.
NOTE 2 This part of ISO 18495 is expected to be the first part of multipart standard relating to this subject.
NOTE 3 This specification is complementary to, and does not replace any supply chain documentation standardized and in use by JAIF or ODETTE in the new vehicle supply chain, nor does it impose any specification or change on the representation, nor exchange of, their data concepts nor documentation.
NOTE 4 The movement of automobiles within containers is outside of the scope of this part of ISO 18495.
|Organization:||International Organization for Standardization|
|Change Type:||NEW ADDITION|
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