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© 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards GS1 liaisons with standard bodies ISO UN/CEFACT MoU/MG – Management Group of the Memorandum of Understanding on e-Business between ISO, IEC, ITU and UN/ECE JIC, Joint Initiative on SDO Global Health Informatics Standardization IHTSDO, International Health Terminology Standards Development ITU, Joint Coordination Activity on Network Aspects of Identification Systems (including RFID) ETSI - ERM/TG34 in the area of regulation standards for RFID 2
© 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards International Organisation for Standardisation - ISO ISO is the worlds largest developer of standards A few figures: 162 member national standards bodies such as ANSI, BSI, DIN, AENOR, etc. 3,238 technical bodies (Technical Committees, Working groups, etc) 18,083 International Standards published 3,769 work items in progress
© 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards ISO Standard Process Country representatives in ISO technical bodies are appointed by rules set the discretion of each ISO member country. ISO liaison organisations such as GS1 can participate actively in the work but dont have any voting right Proposal for a new standard or for modifying an existing standard is addressed by a country or a liaison body Documents progress from working draft to the ultimate status of formal standard. Each step includes a formal ballot by the country members of the technical body
© 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Why do we liaise with ISO? ISO reference is important to GS1 adoption by governmental organisations in some regions and by sectors such as Health care, Defence, Airlines, Industrial goods, Automotive, etc. Interoperability between GS1 and non-GS1 standards Develop synergies with communities beyond GS1s traditional user base
© 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards ISO groups into which GS1 participates 1.ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC31 - Automatic Identification and Data Capture Techniques 2.ISO/TC 34 - Food Products (liaison in progress) 3.ISO/TC 46/SC9 - Information and Documentation 4.ISO/TC 104/SC4 - Freight Containers 5.ISO/TC 122 - Packaging 6.ISO/TC 154 - Processes, data elements and documents 7.ISO/TC 215 - Health informatics 8.ISO/TC 240 - Product Recall 9.ISO/TC 243 - Consumer product safety (liaison in progress) 10.ISO/TC 246 - Anti-counterfeiting tools
© 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Forms of collaboration with ISO Specification from GS1 submitted to CEN – ISO for standardisation. Examples: EAN/UPC bar code symbology ISO/IEC 15420 UHF Gen 2 protocol (RFID) ISO/IEC 18000-6 type C GS1 solution embedded into a standard offering several options. Example: GS1 Unique ID of logistics units, products, assets, etc. recognised in the multi-part ISO/IEC 15459 (Unique Identifiers) GS1 adopts existing CEN – ISO standards in its own specifications. Example: Data Matrix bar code symbology, ISO/IEC 16022
© 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards GS1 GO and MOs involvement GS1 GO invests some 250 working days in ISO standard development processes annually MOs involvement in ISO work and in national mirror committees is essential Contribute to establish national positions on ISO ballots Promote GS1s views Develop synergies and contacts with other communities 8
© 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards What about the future? Global Commerce and Technology proliferation imply that The need for global standards addressing Identification, Automatic Data Capture, Communication, Data synchronisation, Visibility, Traceability, etc. will increase dramatically in the future GS1s leadership role will be maintained and enhanced through our involvement with other standard bodies 9
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