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For quality control, important automotive components affecting safety are physically managed by inscribing them with 2-dimensional codes. For example, when assembling engines, the 2-dimensional code is read and linked to the engine number, and this data is stored in a database for history management.
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Traceability Control for Important Automotive Safety Components

Know-How

• Parts data (serial number, degree of protection, etc.) is written into a 2-dimensional code, so a large amount of information can be added in a small space.
• Ideal for reading 2-dimensional codes embossed onto metal components that are otherwise difficult to read.
• Characters printed by the stamping machines that are commonly used in the automobile industry can also be easily read.

Benefits

• When a recall occurs, the applicable vehicles can be accurately found, without missing any, to minimize recall costs.
• This provides basic information for analyzing problems, and makes it possible to quickly determine the cause.

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