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GS1 EPC/RFID Technology Group Launch 9 November 2006
GS1 EPC/RFID Technology Group Welcome Maria Palazzolo CEO GS1
©2005 GS1 3 Making our Vision a Reality EAN and UCC is now GS1 A single Global Organisation incorporating EPCglobal and GDSN Inc ( Global Data Synchronisation Network) All GS1 Member Organisations are the Sole Agents of the EPCglobal Standards in their territory GS1 Australia administers the EPC standard in Australia
©2005 GS1 4 Making our Vision a Reality The GS1 Vision for EPC/RFID EPCglobal leads the development of industry driven standards for the Electronic Product Code (EPC) to support the use of RFID in todays fast moving information rich, trading networks. Our Goal is to increase the visibility and efficiency throughout the supply chain and ensure high quality information flow between companies and their trading partners
©2005 GS1 5 Making our Vision a Reality GS1: a diversified portfolio GS1 has a full portfolio of products and solutions Global standards for electronic business messaging Rapid, efficient & accurate business data exchange The environment for global data synchronisation Standardised, reliable data for effective business transactions Global standards for automatic identification Rapid and accurate item, asset or location identification Global standards for RFID-based identification More accurate, immediate and cost effective visibility of information
©2005 GS1 6 Making our Vision a Reality The Opportunity……. Real benefits of EPC/RFID will come from business process improvement opportunities which can only be realised through effective collaboration with industry GS1 provides the global standards and wants to support Australian Industries and solution providers to ensure cost effective industry adoption of EPC/RFID
©2005 GS1 7 Making our Vision a Reality In summary… EPCglobal evolving effectively to meet expanding membership Core work continues its rapid progress but…….its about the solutions not technology Incredible commitment/drive within the EPCglobal community Closer integration of activity across GS1 Clear change over last 12 months as organizations have Started tomove from preparation to implementation Started to really understand potential to transform their competitiveness
EPC/RFID Technology Group What can we learn from overseas? Bill McLeer EPCglobal US
EPCglobal Technology Group Fiona Wilson GM Standards GS1
©2005 GS1 10 Making our Vision a Reality Agenda EPCglobal and GS1 EPCglobal organisation & standards development Technology group – our vision International Activities Australian Activities Member information Member only website GS1 website RFID Cookbook Results from Questionnaire Way Forward - Technology Group – your vision
EPCglobal & GS1 Fiona Wilson GM Standards GS1
EPCglobal Organisation & standards Fiona Wilson GM Standards GS1
©2005 GS1 13 Making our Vision a Reality The Purpose of EPCglobal Take a global leadership role in developing and promoting multi-industry, user driven standards for collaborative commerce and supply chain management utilising EPC User driven organisation delivering added value to our customers and stakeholders through our activities Drive the global, multi-industry adoption of EPC
©2005 GS1 14 Making our Vision a Reality EPCglobal Organisation Structure
©2005 GS1 15 Making our Vision a Reality EPCglobal Standards Development Business Requirements – BAGs and JAGs Industry Discussion Groups Technical Action Groups – Standards HAG & SAG Standards Ratified EPCglobal Board (check against user requirements)
Technology Group – our vision Fiona Wilson GM Standards GS1
©2005 GS1 17 Making our Vision a Reality Technology Group – Our Vision Involvement in National Pilots Review and input into International Standards Research & Development Information sharing Case studies EPCglobal working group Key learnings White paper Networking Business Case development/input Support & collaborate with end user community Education
©2005 GS1 18 Making our Vision a Reality EPCglobal Local Groups Group - TLS Work Groups Business Action Technology Group EPCglobal Bus Dev Pilots Public Policy Business Case Case studies EPCglobal Stds Dev Pilots R&D Auto-ID Labs Case studies Business User Group EPC/RFID Advisory Group GS1 Australia EPCglobal
EPCglobal International Activities Fiona Wilson GM Standards GS1
©2005 GS1 20 Making our Vision a Reality International Activities Currently between 50 – 60 active working groups Discussion Groups Chemical Defence Aerospace Automotive Consumer Electronics Industry Action Groups Retail Supply Chain FMCG Apparel, Fashion & Footwear Health & Life Sciences Transport & Logistics
©2005 GS1 21 Making our Vision a Reality International Activities Joint Requirements Groups Strategy Tag Data Data Exchange Item Level Tagging Sensors & Batteries RTI Technical Action Groups HAG SAG Regional Adoption Programs
©2005 GS1 22 Making our Vision a Reality International Activities Over 1,000 EPC members globally Asia Pacific second in number of members regionally Most of the major International retailers in FMCG involved Around 10 industry sectors currently engaged Large library of information surfacing as a result of pilots & implementations Many of the major early adopters now moving past initial installations
Australian Activities Fiona Wilson GM Standards GS1
©2005 GS1 24 Making our Vision a Reality EPC/RFID – Local Initiatives National Demonstrator Project Consortium of 13 members Pilot EPCglobal network - manufacturer to retailer Pilots Patties / Montagues - tracking inventory Others identified ACMA / GS1 licence: 4 Watt scientific licence (920-926Mhz) Privacy Code of Practice Involvement in GS1 EPCglobal Working Groups Website Sharepoint portal with Standards Updates
©2005 GS1 25 Making our Vision a Reality EPC Members Only Website
©2005 GS1 26 Making our Vision a Reality The Latest Ratified and Draft Standards
©2005 GS1 27 Making our Vision a Reality Practice Briefings (White Papers)
©2005 GS1 28 Making our Vision a Reality Practice Brief for Site Surveying
©2005 GS1 29 Making our Vision a Reality Working Group Summaries
EPC/RFID Technology Group Questionnaire Results Australia
©2005 GS1 31 Making our Vision a Reality Technology Group Member – Services
©2005 GS1 32 Making our Vision a Reality Technology Group Member – RFID experience
©2005 GS1 33 Making our Vision a Reality Technology Group Member – RFID knowledge
©2005 GS1 34 Making our Vision a Reality Technology Group Member – Discussion with partners
©2005 GS1 35 Making our Vision a Reality Technology – RFID Benefits
©2005 GS1 36 Making our Vision a Reality Technology – RFID challenges
©2005 GS1 37 Making our Vision a Reality Technology Group – Deliverables
©2005 GS1 38 Making our Vision a Reality Technology Group – Education
©2005 GS1 39 Making our Vision a Reality Technology Group – Success Criteria
©2005 GS1 40 Making our Vision a Reality Technology Group – Structure
©2005 GS1 41 Making our Vision a Reality Technology Group – Participation
©2005 GS1 42 Making our Vision a Reality Technology Group – Meeting Frequency
©2005 GS1 43 Making our Vision a Reality Technology Group – Meeting Location
Technology Group – Your Vision
©2005 GS1 45 Making our Vision a Reality Technology Group – Our Vision Involvement in National Pilots Review and input into International Standards Research & Development Information sharing Case studies EPCglobal working group Key learnings White paper Networking Business Case development/input Support & collaborate with end user community Education
©2005 GS1 46 Making our Vision a Reality Technology Group – Your Vision What activities do you see the group doing? What structure should the group adopt? How frequently should the group meet? Where should the group meet?
©2005 GS1 47 Making our Vision a Reality EPCglobal – delivering value at the point where technology standards meet business needs QUESTIONS?
©2005 GS1 49 Making our Vision a Reality How to use the Cookbook Scenario: A cold storage transports and logistics company has heard about RFID and want to know if it will improve their supply chain Identify knowledge level of customer In this case - minimal Plan Course of Action 1.2 RFID EPC Implementation Guidelines 5 Phase Adoption 2.6 Pilot & Implementation Planning Tools Phase /Definition/ Steps/ Decision Point Action type/purpose
©2005 GS1 50 Making our Vision a Reality 5 Phase Adoption
©2005 GS1 51 Making our Vision a Reality Planning Tool
©2005 GS1 52 Making our Vision a Reality Step 1 – Learn In this case knowledge base needs to be established 1.1 EPC Essentials Introduction to tags, readers, EPC and EPC Network 2.1 Standards Ensure the customer understands why global standards (ie EPCglobal) is essential 2.4 Gen2 Information Overview of Gen 2 features 5.2 Frequently Asked Questions Provide standard answers to FAQ
©2005 GS1 53 Making our Vision a Reality Step 2 – Experiment Gain hands-on experience in a control environment Provide a live demonstration on how RFID works Solution Partner display Take laptop, read and tags to the customer User other RFID displays GS1 Supply Chain knowledge Centre
©2005 GS1 54 Making our Vision a Reality Step 3 – Plan Need to plan a trial, pilot and implementation phases Requires input from customer to what exactly they want to achieve 5.3 Key Learnings Research on what other companies have done, what went right, what went wrong, things to consider, etc 2.6 Pilot & Implementation Planning Tools Guide to RFID pilot planning 3.1 Key Performance Indicators (KPI) Provides areas to measure and how to measure KPI 2.2 Cost Tutorial Using plan, can determine cost for next three phases
©2005 GS1 55 Making our Vision a Reality Step 4 – Trial Ensure EPCglobal is a plausible solution in their environment Choose 1 or 2 items Read in only 1 -3 locations Scenario: Tag a single product (pallet) going in an out of cold storage and at the dock door 2.1 Standards Ensure you are using the correct standards 2.3 EPCglobal Network Architecture Provides solution partners a guide to the EPCglobal Network 2.5 EPCglobal Compliance Certification Ensures products meet the EPCglobal standards 4.1 Readers & Infrastructure Information guide for solution partner on how to set up hardware
©2005 GS1 56 Making our Vision a Reality Step 5 – Pilot Verify Adoption and cost solutions Develop a scalable rollout solution Scenario: Tag 1 -3 products (carton/pallet) within property and between partners 4.1 Readers & Infrastructure Information guide for solution partner on how to set up hardware 3.2 KPI Scorecard Development for EPC Pilots Documentation for measuring KPIs 4.2 Applications, Systems & Processes White papers to help problem solve
©2005 GS1 57 Making our Vision a Reality Step 6 – Implement Continue pilot to full implementation Engage in phased or product category rollout Continue KPI analysis Scenario: Tag several products (carton/pallet) through whole supply chain. Eventually moving to all products. 4.1 Readers & Infrastructure Information guide for solution partner on how to set up hardware 4.2 Applications, Systems & Processes White papers to help problem solve
GS1 EPC/RFID Advisory Group Launch 9 November 2006.
Advisory Group Wrap-up Richard Jones GM Delivery Service, GS1.
Advisory Group Role. ©2005 GS1 2 Making our Vision a Reality Advisory Group Role Setting the direction for Australian industry Leveraging overseas experience.
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