Spec 2000 Overview
and maintained by the commercial aviation industry, SPEC 2000 is
a specification of standard formats to exchange information
between airlines and their suppliers.
It is specifically tailored to the airline industry's needs for procurement and repair transactions for aircraft maintenance.
Data ID Systems has more than 27 types of readers and printers that comply
with SPEC 2000. Meeting your SPEC 2000 bar code requirements just
got easier with Data ID bar code equipment and labels.
SPEC 2000 has been adopted by the international airline community under the auspices of the Air Transport Association of America and it is recognized as the industry standard by a long list of participants around the world.
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The forerunner of SPEC 2000, ATA SPEC 200,
had been in use for over 40 years to exchange procurement and
materiel management information between airlines and suppliers
using common formats. Airlines and suppliers worldwide jointly
developed SPEC 2000 under the auspices of the Air Transport
Association of America (ATA), building upon SPEC 200 but
introducing variable formats and up-to-date electronic and
SPEC 2000 provides specifications for the exchange of both business and technical information between customers, manufacturers and suppliers by electronic message or magnetic media.
Accuracy of information exchanged within
the airline industry can be improved by using methods other than
manual keying. An alternative is machine-readable code as
exemplified by bar code.
Bar code technology provides an accurate, easy, and inexpensive method of data storage and data entry for computerized information management systems. Establishment of a common set of specifications provides the basis on which to build specific requirements for the exchange of supply information. Data ID Systems has more than 27 types of readers and printers that comply with spec 2000.
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