Industrial Code Recognition
Logistics and Industry
Software for recognizing container codes, railway codes,
Industrial truck codes and dangerous goods signs
Container Code Recognition
SUPPORTED CONTAINER CODES
Carmen ACCR recognizes all the commonly used code types:
- ISO 6346 (BIC)
- MOCO (MONTAN CONTAINER)
- ILU (EUROPEAN INTERMODAL LOADING UNITS)
Hazardous Material Recognition
SUPPORTED ADR CODES
ADR recognizes all the commonly used code types:
- ADR SIGNS
These signs consist of two parts, the top number (2 digits) is the UN number for identifying the hazardous material while the bottom number (4 digits) is a general hazard identifier encoding the hazard class and subdivision.
- E-ADR SIGNS
The empty version of ADR signs is also identified by Carmen® ADR. This sign is used on the front and back of such vehicles that carry multiple hazardous materials.
Vehicles and Traffic
Software for recognizing vehicle license plates, and traffic monitoring systems.
UIC Code Recognition
WHAT IS A UIC CODE?
UIC codes are those special pieces of data that wagons have printed on them – a key data for railway operations. UIC code recognition helps identifying and tracking railway wagons for railway operators, infrastructure companies and transportation authorities. UIC, by the way, stands for the the French name of the International Union of Railways (Union Internationale des Chemins de Fer), the number system is defined in UIC leaflet 920-14.
DOT Code Recognition
WHAT IS A USDOT NUMBER?
USDOT number serves as a unique identifier of commercial vehicles to transport passengers or haul cargo in interstate commerce. Such vehicles need to be registered with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and must have a USDOT identifier. All carrier vehicles that weigh more than 10,000 pounds, carry at least 9 of paying passengers or transport hazardous materials and/or operate between state lines require DOT numbers. In most U.S. states, local DOT requirements also apply.