Although a somewhat interesting read, there is no common theme focusing the reader on the importance of item identification or tracking.
What does II stand for?
II stands for Item Identification
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of II
We have 170 other meanings of II in our Acronym Attic
- Interchangeable Item (US DoD)
- Interim Isolated
- International Institute (various organizations)
- Internet Infidels
- Interval International
- Interview and Interrogations
- Intestinal Ischemia
- Inventory Item
- Ion Implantation
- Islamic Institute
- Second Marine Expeditionary Force
- Interamerican Investment Development Corporation (Las Vegas, NV)
- Installation, Integration & Test
- Immediate Intervention/Underperforming Schools Program
- Input Interrupt on 1
- Ideas In Action
- If Incorrect, Advise
- Illinois Institute of Art (Chicago, IL)
- Improved Immune Algorithm
- Inchon International Airport
Samples in periodicals archive:
ViziT also provides for semi automated inventory control and offers improved Loss Prevention by triggering alarms and providing item identification at the store exit.
By administering the assignment of company prefixes and coordinating the accompanying standards, GS1 maintains the most robust item identification system in the world.
Item identification using serial numbers unique to a company has been a successful tool for asset management in industry for years, improving accountability and productivity.
Topics included the fundamental principles of item identification, sponsorship in the NCS and the various information products and tools available through DLIS.
UCC is an organization co-managed by EAN (European Article Numbering) International and the UCC (Uniform Code Council) and is responsible for standardizing item identification numbers, EDI transaction sets, and other standards.
Children's arithmetical difficulties: Contributions from processing speed, item identification, and short-term memory.