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IEC 62507-1

Identification systems enabling unambiguous information interchange – Requirements – Part 1: Principles and methods

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 November 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 116
ICS Code (Information sciences. Publishing): 01.140
ICS Code (Applications of information technology): 35.240
scope:

This part of IEC 62507 specifies basic requirements for systems for the identification of objects (such as products, "items", documents, etc., excluding human individuals). It focuses on assigning identifiers to an object for referencing purposes.

The classification of objects for any and whatever reason and the verification that an object is really the object it claims to be, are excluded.

This standard includes recommendations for the human readable presentation of identifiers and its machine readable representation, to be considered when constructing the identifiers and identification numbers.

The standard includes also requirements for the application of identifiers in a computer sensible form in accordance with such systems, and requirements for their interchange.

The specification of the physical file or transfer format (syntax) for a machine to machine information interchange is not included, nor is the specification and transfer formats for the implementation by a physical medium, e.g. file, bar code, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), used for information interchange and the identification labelling on an object included.

Document History

IEC 62507-1
November 1, 2010
Identification systems enabling unambiguous information interchange – Requirements – Part 1: Principles and methods
This part of IEC 62507 specifies basic requirements for systems for the identification of objects (such as products, "items", documents, etc., excluding human individuals). It focuses on assigning...

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