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1 Visibility and GS1 Standards

2 Outline Traceability and Visibility –Traceability: value-creating business processes such as recall, tracking, tracing, pedigree –Visibility: having the data that supports traceability To have visibility you need to do the following (using GS1 stds): –Identify those things for which you need visibility –Capture information about them –Share the information with business applications and trading partners The visibility information that is shared includes: –Master data –Business transaction data –Physical Visibility data Physical Visibility data – the EPCIS standard Examples of how these pieces fit together and are used GS1US Visibility in Action Program

3 What is It? Visibility Knowing exactly where a given asset is or has been at any point in time, and why. (What, when, where, why) May also include physical condition of the asset, physical relationship to other assets, other information

4 Visibility and Traceability Government agencies considers Recall, Tracking, Tracing, and Pedigree all a part of Traceability – business processes –Recall Simple = initiate a notification to bring it back Smarter 1.Find locations of product 2.Initiate the recall 3.Track the recall –Tracking Where is my product now? –Tracing What is the history of where has my product has been? –Pedigree Who has handled or had ownership of this product? * Visibility data supports Traceability

5 Traceability and Visibility To answer questions about Recall, Tracking, Tracing, and Pedigree (business processes) you need VISIBILITY into supply chains (data) In order to have VISIBILITY, it is essential to have……

6 GS1 System of Standards

7 7© GS1 US 2010

8 Master Data with GDSN 8© GS1 US 2010

9 Master Data with GDSN 9© GS1 US 2010

10 Master Data with GDSN Enabling: One source of the truth Enhanced product information –Health and wellness –Sustainability attributes –Nutrition and allergen information 10© GS1 US 2010

11 Transactional Data with EDI 11© GS1 US 2010

12 Transactional Data with EDI 12© GS1 US 2010

13 Transactional Data with EDI 13© GS1 US 2010

14 Physical Event Data with EPCIS 14© GS1 US 2010

15 Physical Event Data with EPCIS 15© GS1 US 2010

16 Physical Event Data with EPCIS Enabling: Product Track and Trace –Improve On-Shelf Availability –Reduced Shrink Product Safety –Faster & more accurate recalls –Identify history and proximity in supply chain 16© GS1 US 2010

17 Physical Event Data: EPCIS EPCIS Data consists of physical events; each records something that happened in the real world. Often, though not necessarily, triggered by reading an RFID tag or bar code. An event answers 4 questions: –What: what physical objects were involved (EPC or other identifier) –When: when the event took place (timestamp) –Where: where the event took place (location identifier) –Why: what business process step was being carried out EPCIS Event urn:epc:id:sgtin: :00:00 urn:epc:id:sgln: urn:epcglobal:cbv:bizstep:receiving

18 EPCIS vs Biz Transaction Data Physical visibility (EPCIS) is different than business transaction data (EDI): –Not all business transactions correspond to a physical event E.g.: invoice –Not all physical events correspond to a business transaction E.g.: product moves from back of store to front of store –Sometimes, both happen at the same time E.g.: shipping, receiving Physical visibility data helps you know what actually happened, not just what was supposed to happen

19 Full Bar Code / RFID Interoperability Data Capture Infrastructure – Business Transaction Automation … or Visibility Data Capture Infrastructure – Business Transaction Automation … or Visibility Business Transaction Data Business Applications Data Capture Infrastructure – Visibility …or Business Transaction Automation Data Capture Infrastructure – Visibility …or Business Transaction Automation Visibility (EPCIS) Data Visibility Applications 1.Biz application wants to query for visibility data and integrate that visibility data into its business calculation 2. Visibility application wants to correlate with business transaction data 3.Automated business transaction wants to use RFID data as input 4.Visibility data captured by bar code scan (rare in practice) EPCIS Capture Interface EPCIS Query Interface eCOM Enterprise Edge

20 EPCIS Events EPC Capture Apps EPCIS Data Capture PalletizerPortal Shelving Commission Observe Aggregate Observe Observe Disaggregate Observe Doorway Observe ManufacturerRetailer Dist Ctr Store Tagging Station

21 EPCIS Events EPCIS Data – Full Supply Chain Physical Visibility Commission Observe Aggregate Observe Observe Disaggregate Observe ManufacturerRetailer Dist Ctr Store Case #123 of Cherry Hydro 2/5 1:23pmMfr DC #2Shipping 2/7 4:28amRetail Store #5 back room Receiving 2/8 5:23pmRetail Store #5 front room Observe Mfr EPCIS Retailer EPCIS +

22 Outline Traceability and Visibility –Traceability: value-creating business processes such as recall, tracking, tracing, pedigree –Visibility: having the data that supports traceability To have visibility you need to do the following (using GS1 stds): –Identify those things for which you need visibility –Capture information about them –Share the information with business applications and trading partners The visibility information that is shared includes: –Master data –Business transaction data –Physical Visibility data Physical Visibility data – the EPCIS standard Examples of how these pieces fit together and are used GS1US Visibility in Action Program

23 Example: Product Recall Traceability business process: recall tainted instances of product Visibility data: used to –Locate all instances of product that require recall –Trace the progress of bringing recalled instances back to manufacturer Three GS1 Standards Pillars: –Identify: product (GTIN + serial), parties (GLN), physical locations (GLN + extension) –Capture: using serialized bar codes or RFID –Share Master data (GDSN) – to ensure all identifiers are meaningful to all parties Biz Transactions (eCom) – evidence of ownership of product at time of recall Physical event data (EPCIS) – evidence of where product physically is

24 Food Safety – Case Study March 26, 2010: Thailand govt announces program to trace agricultural products from farms to store shelves Unique serialization using bar code and RFID Data shared with trading partners using EPCIS September 21, 2010: Vietnam govt announces similar program for seafood

25 Success of EPCIS pilot in Sweden eTrace: EU sponsored food traceability project. a joint effort between SINTEF Fisheries and aquaculture(NO), TraceTracker (NO), Lund University (SE), Matis (IS) and The Swedish Board of Fishery (SE). The initial scope was to track fish all the way from fishing boats in Simrishamn, through the supply chain to a retailer in Gothenburg, Sweden Cross-border delivery of freight using EPCIS and Discovery Complex use case trial tracking freight transported via air and ground. EPCglobal Core Business Vocabulary plus industry specific vocabulary values (Cargo2000). Discovery Services and ONS utilized. INSERT HYPERLINK: Track and Trace as a component in reducing illicit trade in tobacco industry British American Tobacco develops and pilots a global track and trace solution based on EPCIS for tobacco, in preparation for compliance with impending international law. Using SAPs Object Event Repository, serialized barcodes were used to capture and follow the path of cases and pallets. EPCIS in the field

26 Outline Traceability and Visibility –Traceability: value-creating business processes such as recall, tracking, tracing, pedigree –Visibility: having the data that supports traceability To have visibility you need to do the following (using GS1 stds): –Identify those things for which you need visibility –Capture information about them –Share the information with business applications and trading partners The visibility information that is shared includes: –Master data –Business transaction data –Physical Visibility data Physical Visibility data – the EPCIS standard Examples of how these pieces fit together and are used GS1US Visibility in Action Program

27 GS1 US Support for Visibility in Action

28 IMPLEMENTATION Industry, Sector, Company ENGAGEMENT Industry, Sector, Company GS1 US Visibility in Action Methodology for bringing communities together 28 Vision (Industry/Sector/Company) What are we trying to solve? Opportunity Analysis Investment/ Return Action OUTPUT: Clear definition of Opportunity for GS1 US to support How GS1 US Standards and Solutions Fit Education Awareness If GO: Executive Sponsorship Communication & Marketing Working Group

29 GS1 US Visibility In Action Implementation Support Vision statement a description of a future state that the community (industry/sector/group) agree on and will form the foundation for defining process improvement opportunities 29 Vision What are we trying to solve? Opportunity Analysis Investment/Return Action Result – Statement that community uses to describe the end goal and clearly describes shared value to be realized in achieving the vision

30 GS1 US Visibility In Action Implementation Support 30 Vision What are we trying to solve? Opportunity Analysis Investment/Return Action Given the agreed vision, the community can quickly identify areas that represent issues to address or opportunities that can be realized. Mind mapping Result – Clear identification of opportunities/business processes to be addressed within the initiative – including impacts, beneficiary of solution and positive outcomes from adoption

31 Vision What are we trying to solve? Opportunity Analysis Investment/Return Action Step 1 - Each issue or opportunity is then analyzed to determine who will benefit from a change the cause or impetus for it and its impact when a solution is developed. Step 2 – Physical and information flows are mapped across the processes of the supply chain as agreed. Step 3 – Validate the information and physical flows by determining What questions do trading partners need to answer? Does a particular trading partner have enough data to answer the question? How do they get it? Once they have the data, can they answer the question? GS1 US Visibility In Action Implementation Support 31 Result – Prioritization and detailed description on high priority processes as focus for an industry/sector initiative

32 Vision What are we trying to solve? Opportunity Analysis Investment/Return Action Using financial model templates – member companies can value the benefits and costs to their company that may result from an improvement opportunity and solution. GS1 US Visibility In Action Implementation Support 32 Result – Templates for investment/ROI model for member companies to use in their organizations - Gain company commitment

33 Vision What are we trying to solve? Opportunity Analysis Investment/ Return Action GS1 US Visibility In Action Implementation Support Action = Use and Adoption by Industry/Sector 33

34 Vision What are we trying to solve? Opportunity Analysis Investment/ Return Action GS1 US Visibility In Action Implementation Support Readiness Program = Guidance/Best Practices Workshops Group Implementation Support Simulation Pilot Projects Products and Services Master Data Management Data Quality 1 SYNC GLN Registration EDI EPCIS Validation Portal Authenticated prefix registry – white list Bar Code/ EPC Integrator Advisory Services 34

35 Creating new value from previous output 2015 Readiness Program – Complex supply chain simulation 35

36 Visibility in Healthcare Program Planning Visibility in Healthcare 2010 Proof of concept trials: Traceability Adoption WG 2015 Readiness Program 2-3 Findings Workshops 2-3 Executive Briefings Start Implementers Group Explore Advisory Services Test Portal Requires: Proof of Concept Resources Traceability Adoption Working Group Readiness Programs (2015 continues) Findings Workshops Executive Briefings Implementers Group Advisory Services U. S. Pharmaceutical Test Portal Go/No GoGo/No Go

37 Working Group Visibility in US Food Industry Foodservice GS1 US Standards Initiative Governance Steering Committee Executive Committee Governance Steering Committee Executive Committee Master Data Attributes Data Integrity Implementation Marketing Technology Food Safety Produce Traceability Initiative Produce Traceability Initiative Governance Leadership Council Executive Committee Assoc/Commodity IG GS1 MO IG Governance Leadership Council Executive Committee Assoc/Commodity IG GS1 MO IG Master Data Attributes Implementation Marketing Technology Meat & Poultry Initiative Governance mpXML or Steering Committee Governance mpXML or Steering Committee Master Data Attributes Implementation Technology Seafood Initiative Governance NFI Exec Committee or Steering Comm Governance NFI Exec Committee or Steering Comm Working Group Master Data Attributes Implementation Technology 37

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