Implementing Traceability

Implementing traceability deals with the establishment and implementation of the methods, processes, hardware and software needed in order to obtain the data required by customer requirements and regulations.

The implementation of Traceability

Safety, consumer protection and traceability are at the forefront of the modern world in which legislation and regulation seek to fully protect the consumer. Obtaining traceability of products is one of the major concerns of global industries today.

Implement traceability and improve your current system with Dipole RFID and benefit from:

Intelligent Traceability

Intelligent Traceability, as a result of Dipole solutions

Eliminate unproductive data recording

And information registration by an operator (remove administrative work that does not add value to the product)

Get instant reports

Without the extra steps of gathering information or making further calculations

Internal traceability

Which refers to the processes of obtaining data through the internal processes of the company

External traceability

Which refers to the reception of data from your suppliers and providing key data to your customers

Common Regulations

The regulations applied by Dipole follow the rules established by the EU, FDA, GS1, EPC Global and other associated organizations. Use commonly used regulations

Global Traceability Standards

"SECURITY" in meeting standards and ensuring work is completed correctly

"SECURITY" in your traceability audits for both administrative tasks and customer needs

"SECURITY" in sharing data with other participants in the chain

"SECURITY" in obtaining information from their logistics flows and processes

"VISIBILITY" of your products in real time throughout the entire supply chain

Traceability Regulations and Standards

The implementation of traceability is carried out in two distinct areas and scenarios: INTERNAL and EXTERNAL scenarios:

Internal scenario, in which the methods and procedures for recording and obtaining traceability are determined for your internal processes

External scenario, in which the methods and procedures applied aim towards sharing information with the previous link in the chain as well as the next link