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Advisory Group Wrap-up Richard Jones GM Delivery Service, GS1
©2005 GS1 2 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 today’s 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 3 Making our Vision a Reality Why we are here today….. Currently no mandates in Australia Adoption is slow and opportunities are being lost Early adopters mostly targeting improved management of assets and logistics items We still have a window of opportunity to examine the EPC network and it’s benefits before this occurs Use learning’s from Overseas experiences EPC Network Australian Demonstrator Project Other pilots Begin to learn, experiment, evaluate, adopt
©2005 GS1 4 Making our Vision a Reality Form / Structure of Advisory Group Collaborative Network of major users / interested parties Small focussed business and technical groups (by industry) with a committee or GS1 sitting above Subsidiary of GS1 Small working party / committee with cross functional representation with general group feeding requirements Business help centre Education / industry updates Broad industry, federal and state government representation Provide framework for establishing stds, networking & education Be the “go-to” point for problems, issue resolution Independence from Solution Providers Raise profile of RFID technology
©2005 GS1 5 Making our Vision a Reality Role in Advisory Group Majority want to play an active part 20% want to pilot RFID
©2005 GS1 6 Making our Vision a Reality Advisory Group Role Setting the direction for Australian industry Leveraging overseas experience Learning through pilot implementation Lobby Government and Associations Networking and information sharing Training and education on use of EPC technology Public policy Participation in standards development
©2005 GS1 7 Making our Vision a Reality Scope / Action Agenda Develop RFID road maps for industry sectors Participate in EPCglobal industry development activities Pilot implementation - National demonstrator project Part B - National Demonstrator project Phase 2 Training & Education Lobby Government - support for a major National Pilot Public Policy (Privacy) Standards Development
©2005 GS1 8 Making our Vision a Reality In summary…….going forward Role - confirmed Structure - confirmed Action agenda – confirmed in principle No less frequently than quarterly meetings – Syd / Melb Join EPCglobal and work with GS1 Australia to realise the potential of EPC/RFID and to give your organisation a competitive advantage
©2005 GS1 9 Making our Vision a Reality What else can we do now? Identify executive sponsors within your organisation Understand what issues you want to address Be clear on what benefits you want Conduct a business case to optimise and transform your business Understand your trading partners’ intentions Do your research Events, executive briefings, demonstration, visit testing labs Hold workshops Feasibility Study Business Case Assessment Execution Roadmap & Program Charter Internal and External Readiness Pilot and Implementation Learn by doing Focus on your own execution roadmap Join EPCglobal and work with GS1 Australia to realise the potential of EPC/RFID and to give your organisation a competitive advantage
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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