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Consumer Electronics Industry User Group Update August 2010 Stefanie Kresse Project Manager
© 2010 GS1 Merge into the new GS1 group Overview of the Consumer Electronics Activities Consumer Electronics Industry CE MO IUG Kick-Off: January 2010 IE CE IUG Kick-Off: 27th April 2010 CE PCMD BNG Kick-Off: 06th July 2010 IE CE IAG (Former EPCglobal work group) Future BNGs (e.g. EOL, Reverse Logistics, etc.)
© 2010 GS1 Organizational Structure of the CE MO IUG Monthly conference calls: each 3rd Monday at 13:00-14:00 CET, summer pause in August Participating MOs: Australia, Austria, Belgium & Luxembourg, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Spain, UK, US Classical agenda: CE IUG Update MO activities with local CE industry Next Steps
© 2010 GS1 CE MO IUG Current Activities and Topics Collection and prioritization of the categorized business needs: 1.Product Central Master Data Finalization and distribution of the CTA in cooperation with the CE IUG Foundation of the new business needs group (BNG): Consumer Electronics Product Central Master Data BNG more information see next slides 2.EOL and Sustainability Creation of a draft CTA Further development needed 3.Reverse Logistics 4.Supply Chain Visibility and Integrated Process Optimization 5.Identification (SSCC)
© 2010 GS1 Organizational Structure of the IE CE IUG / CE PCMD BNG Bi-weekly conference calls: each 2nd Tuesday at 14:00-15:00 CET, summer pause in August shared conference calls of the CE IUG and the CE PCMD BNG main focus depending on current topics Participating companies: Best Buy, Commport Communications (IUG only), Encodex International, Flextronics Instituto de Tecnologia, Hewlett-Packard, Kyonggi University, Media-Saturn, NXP Semiconductors, Panasonic, RFID Alliance Corporation, SA2 Worldsync, Sony Corporation, Sony Electronics Inc., Toshiba Corporation, Toshiba Logistics Corporation Participating MOs: Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, UK, US
© 2010 GS1 CE Product Central Master Data Needs Defining rich data attributes, esp. for multichannel retailers and different purposes for the use of product data (such as listing, logistics, marketing, sales, on-shelf information, …) Tracking & Tracing at item/component level providing accurate and up-to-date product information Increasing the availability of relevant product information at low cost to retailers and consumers All supply chain partners identifying and describing products in the same way to reduce costs, data errors and inconsistencies Efficient way of collecting master data, e.g. in order to keep information automatically up-to-date (no complicated manual work) for marketing purposes and consumer information, e.g. for product comparisons on retailer websites Increasing the quality of master data – ideally provided by suppliers/manufacturers themselves referencing unique (GS1) identification keys and globally valid standards
© 2010 GS1 Goal of the CE PCMD BNG Develop a standard with product specific attributes and a classification system for the Consumer Electronics industry to use the GDSN. GDSN and Data Accuracy: Output from this work group will be the global use of the GDSN for Consumer Electronic products. The initiative aims to demonstrate that the GDSN is uniquely positioned to meet current and emerging requirements for electronic product catalogue data.
© 2010 GS1 IE CE IUG / CE PCMD BNG Current Activities and Topics (1/2) Need of 3 co-chairs for the CE PCMD BNG Manufacturer: Paula Valério, Flextronics Instituto de Tecnologia, Brazil, www.flextronics.com Electrical engineer, since 2 years working for Flextronics, an electronics contract manufacturer based near Sao Paulo, Brazil. Co-chairing the Tag, Label, Reader and Printer Performance (TLRPP) working groupwww.flextronics.com Retailer: Thomas Trockel, Media-Saturn, Germany, www.media-saturn.de Working for Media-Saturn for 20 years, responsible for master data management since the beginning of this year Media-Saturn is the 2nd biggest CE retailer in the world and the biggest in Germany, with 840 stores in Europe, 60,000 employees and 19 billion annual revenue.www.media-saturn.de GS1 MO-representative: Carlos Ramos Aguilar, GS1 Mexico, www.gs1mexico.org Working in the standards development area in the department for GDSN solutions. GS1 Mexico is intensely acting in the field of GDS since 2008 and Carlos is responsible for coordinating this project.www.gs1mexico.org
© 2010 GS1 IE CE IUG / CE PCMD BNG Current Activities and Topics (2/2) Development of the Statement of Business Need (SBN) document, timeline: First draft: Stefanie Kresse until 09 th August 2010 Review of first draft and annotation: –Peter Alvarez until 16 th August 2010, and then –Co-chairs until 23 rd August 2010 Distribution of the draft SBN to the CE IUG and reworking during the conference calls on 31 st August and 14 th September 2010 Distribution of the draft to the GDSN User Group Finalization of the SBN during the GS1 Industry and Standards Event end of September 2010 in Amsterdam Entrance into the GSMP process
© 2010 GS1 GS1 Industry and Standards Event Amsterdam, September 2010
© 2010 GS1 GS1 Industry and Standards Event Amsterdam, September 2010 (1/3) Topics for the F2F meeting in Amsterdam – Monday afternoon TopicPersonTimeMinutes 27 th September 2010, 02:00 – 05:30 pm (general CE IUG information) Welcome and perspective of the CE sessions Stefanie Kresse, GS1 Germany Ian Robertson, GS1 Global Office 02:00 – 02:1515 Update of the current activities of the CE IUG Ian Robertson, GS1 Global Office Stefanie Kresse, GS1 Germany 02:15 – 02:4530 Public Policy Emilie Danel, GS1 Global Office 02:45 – 03:1530 COFFEE BREAK03:15 – 03:4530 Overview of regional CE activitiesMOs03:45 – 04:3045 GDSN Overview Brian Bennet, GS1 Global Office 04:30 – 05:1545 Closing of the day, outlook to the agenda of Tuesday Stefanie Kresse, GS1 Germany 05:15 – 05:3015
© 2010 GS1 GS1 Industry and Standards Event Amsterdam, September 2010 (2/3) Topics for the F2F meeting in Amsterdam – Tuesday morning TopicPersonTimeMinutes 28 th September 2010, 09:00 – 12:30 am (PCMD session) Welcome and perspective of the agenda of the day Stefanie Kresse, GS1 Germany 09:00 – 09:1010 Experience in implementing GDSN in different industries Scott Brown, GS1 US Grant Kille, SA2 Worldsync 09:10 – 09:5545 PCMD Working session SBN – Current status and finalization All09:55 – 10:3035 BREAK10:30 – 11:0030 Attributes for Consumer Electronics – Planning of development phases – All11:00 – 11:4545 Serialisation Henri Barthel, GS1 Global Office 11:45 – 12:1530 Closing of the morning session Stefanie Kresse, GS1 Germany 12:15 – 12:3015
© 2010 GS1 GS1 Industry and Standards Event Amsterdam, September 2010 (3/3) Topics for the F2F meeting in Amsterdam – Tuesday afternoon TopicPersonTimeMinutes 28 th September 2010, 01:30 – 05:30 pm (outlook, CE IUG work items) Introduction Retail Value Chain IUG Ian Robertson, GS1 Global Office Antonio Salto, Kraft Foods Dr. Gerd Wolfram, METRO Group 01:30 – 02:0030 ONS Requirements Kevin Dean, GS1 Canada 02:00 – 02:3030 CE Lifecycle Information Management with EPC and EPCIS Dr. Tatsuya Inaba, AutoID Lab Japan 02:30 – 03:0030 Q&AAll03:00 – 03:1515 BREAK03:15 – 03:4530 CE Business Needs – Possible next work items Stefanie Kresse, GS1 Germany 03:45 – 04:0015 EOL, Waste Management and eCom Anders Grangard, GS1 Global Office 04:00 – 04:4545 Next steps / open discussionAll04:45 – 05:1530 Closing Stefanie Kresse, GS1 Germany 05:15 – 05:3015
Contact Details Stefanie Kresse GS1 Germany T +49 211 94714 311 W www.gs1-germany.de E firstname.lastname@example.org
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