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1 GS1 Industry & Standards Event Sept 27-1 Oct 2010 – Amsterdam Creating value together with global standards Discovery Services: the Final Chapter in End-to-End Visibility Breakfast Info Session, Sep 28, 2010 All Participants Ali Rezafard, Afilias Hosted by Sponsored by

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3 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Agenda Traceability today Missing scenario Data sharing standards How to become EPCIS compliant EPCglobal architecture and WWW Discovery Services architecture How to get involved

4 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards 3PL_4 DC_4 DC_1 Retail_2 Mfg_1 3PL_1 Traceability: Current Mechanism Works only for monolithic supply chains Big Database

5 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Big Database DC_5 3PL_4 DC_3 3PL_2 DC_4 DC_1 Retail_2 Mfg_1 3PL_1 DC_2 3PL_3 Mfg_2 Mfg_3 Retail_1 Non-monolithic Supply Networks

6 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards DC_5 3PL_4 Database DC_3 Database 3PL_2 Database DC_4 DC_1 Database Retail_2 Mfg_1 Database 3PL_1 Database DC_2 Database 3PL_3 Mfg_2 Database Mfg_3 Database Retail_1 Many Traceability Resources How to enable data sharing in non-monolithic supply networks? Database

7 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Prerequisites for Data Sharing Common object identifiers and vocabularies Common interface for accessing resources Discovering relevant data resources Authentication and identity management Authorization and access control policy management

8 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Exchange Capture Identify

9 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards DC_5 3PL_4 EPCIS DC_3 EPCIS 3PL_2 EPCIS DC_4 DC_1 EPCIS Retail_2 Mfg_1 EPCIS 3PL_1 EPCIS DC_2 EPCIS 3PL_3 Mfg_2 EPCIS Mfg_3 EPCIS Retail_1 Non-monolithic Supply Networks EPCIS

10 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards DC_5 3PL_4 EPCIS DC_3 EPCIS 3PL_2 EPCIS DC_4 DC_1 EPCIS Retail_2 Mfg_1 EPCIS 3PL_1 EPCIS Industry/ Regional Discovery Service (DS3) DC_2 EPCIS 3PL_3 Industry/Regional Discovery Service (DS2) Industry/ Regional Discovery Service (DS1) Mfg_2 EPCIS Mfg_3 EPCIS Retail_1 Non-monolithic Supply Networks EPCIS

11 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards EPC Information Services (EPCIS) A ratified EPCglobal standard since April 2007 Industry and Application Neutral Also supports non-EPC identifiers EPCIS Interfaces EPCIS Capture Interface EPCIS Query Interface EPCIS –Introduction, Presented at Paris JAG Meeting in 2007

12 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards EPCIS Components Database e.g. RDBMS, Object-oriented, etc. SOAP AS2

13 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards EPCIS Data EPC Events answer 4 questions What, Where, When, and Why EPCIS –Introduction, Presented at Paris JAG Meeting in 2007 What EPC number (can leverage master data -GTIN) Manufacturing Data (lot, batch, expiration date) Transactional Data (PO, Shipment, Invoice) Where Location (can be fixed or moving –leverage master data - GLN) When Event Time Record Time Why Business Process Step –e.g.: Receiving, Shipping Product State –e.g.: Saleable, Active, In Transit Current Conditions –e.g.: Temperature (thru industry extensions) The EPCIS standard enables extending event data in each direction

14 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Fosstrak (formerly Accada) Free and Open-Source Software for Track and Trace Objective: Provide core components for EPC Network applications Educate EPC Network users Drive adoption Initiated by the Auto-ID Lab Switzerland / ETH Zurich, but it is today an independent open source effort Contributions from Cambridge and MIT Auto-ID Labs

15 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Fosstrak EPCIS is EPCglobal Certified

16 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Fosstrak Usage Scenarios Embed our EPCIS Repository into your own applications to add an EPCIS interface to it Interactively explore any EPCIS Repository using our graphical EPCIS Query Application Use our EPCIS accessing applications as a blueprint to build your own EPCIS Capture or Query Application

17 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Discovery Services (DS) Discovery= Finding and obtaining all relevant EPCIS data… …to which a party is authorized,… …when some of that data is under control of other parties with whom no prior business relationship exists A shared indexing service helps each party find its data Similar to Internet search engine...but with pro-active publishing, authentication and granular access control policies, so you keep control of your data

18 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Comparison between the World Wide Web & EPC Network PurposeWWWEPC Network Primary key for searching for information KeywordIdentifiers Provides detailed informationWebsiteEPCIS Locates a particular information resource Website addressAddress of EPCIS Authoritative system that routes requests DNSONS Retrieve and show human-readable information Web BrowserApplication software Locates new sources of relevant information Crawling/indexing by search engines EPCIS publish a record to a DS Source High level design for Discovery Services BRIDGE WP2 1.3

19 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards ONS vs Discovery Services Object Naming Service (ONS)Discovery Services (DS) Pointers to services designated by the creator of an EPC class Pointers services designated by any organization that claims to hold information on a specific serialized identifier Currently only GS1 identifier Class-level EPC identifier Identifier agnostic Serial-level identifiers Anonymous clients queryAuthenticated and authorized clients query Authenticated brand owners publish (authoritative) Any authenticated resource owners publish (facilitative) Source: Data Discovery Requirements Document, 05 October 2009, Version

20 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards 20 Core Discovery Services Record Management Assertion Management (includes Identity Management) Policy Management Scope of Discovery Services Who are you?Where are you permitted to go? Directions to where you can go?

21 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards 21 Discovery Services Assertion Management (includes Identity Management) Policy Management Record Management

22 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Identity Assertion 22 GS1 Asserts Bearer of this badge is Ali Rezafard He is representing Afilias He has the SAG DS attribute Assertion only valid in Amesterdam between Sept 27 th & Oct 1 st 2010

23 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards 23 Discovery Services Assertion Management (includes Identity Management) Policy Management Record Management

24 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards 24 Discovery Services Assertion Management (includes Identity Management) Policy Management Record Management

25 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards 25 Discovery Services Assertion Management (includes Identity Management) Policy Management Record Management

26 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards End Users Discovery Services Architecture Diagram Discovery Services Record Management Assertion Management Policy Management

27 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards End Users Discovery Services Architecture Diagram Discovery Services Record Management Assertion Management Policy Management SAML Statement Identification Authority Attribute Authority Authorization Authority Directory Services

28 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards End Users Discovery Services Architecture Diagram Discovery Services Record Management Assertion Management Policy Management SAML Statement Identification Authority Attribute Authority Authorization Authority Directory Services Policy Decision Point (PDP) Policy Decision Point (PDP) XACML Policy XACML Request/Response Policy Admin Point (PAP) Policy Admin Point (PAP)

29 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards End Users Discovery Services Architecture Diagram Discovery Services Record Management Assertion Management Policy Management SAML Statement Identification Authority Attribute Authority Authorization Authority Directory Services Policy Decision Point (PDP) Policy Decision Point (PDP) XACML Policy XACML Request/Response Policy Admin Point (PAP) Policy Admin Point (PAP) Resource Owner Resource Publishing Application Record Registry Publish Interface Realm Registry Realm Descriptor Object Record Aggregation Record Resource Descriptor

30 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards End Users Discovery Services Architecture Diagram Discovery Services Record Management Assertion Management Policy Management SAML Statement Identification Authority Attribute Authority Authorization Authority Directory Services Policy Decision Point (PDP) Policy Decision Point (PDP) XACML Policy XACML Request/Response Policy Admin Point (PAP) Policy Admin Point (PAP) Resource Owner Resource Publishing Application Record Registry Publish Interface Realm Registry Realm Descriptor Object Record Aggregation Record Resource Descriptor Query Client Querying Application Query Interface

31 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards End Users Discovery Services Architecture Diagram Discovery Services Record Management Assertion Management Policy Management SAML Statement Identification Authority Attribute Authority Authorization Authority Directory Services Policy Decision Point (PDP) Policy Decision Point (PDP) XACML Policy XACML Request/Response Policy Admin Point (PAP) Policy Admin Point (PAP) Resource Owner Resource Publishing Application Record Registry Publish Interface Realm Registry Realm Descriptor Object Record Aggregation Record Resource Descriptor Query Client Querying Application Query Interface Listener Application Query Subscriber Subscription Registry Subscriber Descriptor Subscription Record Subscription Query Interface

32 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards End Users Discovery Services Architecture Diagram Discovery Services Record Management Assertion Management Policy Management 32

33 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards DS Use Case Scenarios Surgical Product Recall notify subscribers currently holding the product Network Centric Pedigree integration of horizontal supply chain participants Logistics Providers sharing traceability data with multiple levels of subcontracting Consumer Electronics reverse supply chains and third party service providers Tire Tracking data sharing between fleet operators and manufacturers Farm-to-fork Traceability 33

34 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Record Management Access Control Policy Management Identity Management Aggregation Resolver Service Trusted Timestamp Service Escrow Signature Service Message Brokerage Service Core Discovery Services (Serialized Level Registry) Auxiliary Services Visibility Applications Class Level Registry Federated ONS Federated ONS Usually community hosted services Usually organizational hosted services These services enhance DS usability and are loosely coupled with other components. In supply chain use cases DS records can point to EPCIS repositories and other information resources such as web pages, XML data, other Discovery Services Information Services EPCIS repository Recall Notification Management Systems Traceability Management Systems

35 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Requirements gathering phase has completed EPCglobal DS SAG work group began working in February 2010 The modules include: Assertion Management (Authentication) Policy Management (Authorization) Record Management (Resource Registry) Drafting of DS specification now in progress Community Review Draft (aka LCWD) due end of 2011 Discovery Services Ratification

36 © 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards For more information about how to join Discovery Services SAG contact: Mark Frey 1009 Lenox Drive, Ste. 202 Lawrenceville, NJ T Questions?

37 Contact Details GS1 Global Office Avenue Louise 326, bte 10 B-1050 Brussels, Belgium T W


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