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Mobile Com Extended Packaging GSMP Lunch and Learn 06 October, 2008
© 2008 GS1 How the shopping experience will change…
© 2008 GS1 Nokia estimates sale of 4 bil Mobile Phones by 2010 http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/med_mob_pho-media-mobile-phones
© 2008 GS1 …but they arent just phones
© 2008 GS1 Soon everyone will have access to information…
© 2008 GS1 Technology will enable us…
© 2008 GS1 Consumers are in control
© 2008 GS1 Codes and GS1 IDs bridge the physical and virtual worlds…
© 2008 GS1 Providing information and efficiencies…
© 2008 GS1 GS1 Mobile Com vision 3 billion mobile phones: the new channel of commerce and of the consumer-centric chain. Lack of standards does not enable retailers and brands to offer mobile commerce services in a global, simple and cost efficient way. GS1 will enable it to happen in collaboration with the mobile industry.
© 2008 GS1 6 key business applications Extended Packaging Digital Content Purchase & Delivery Mobile Coupons Authentication Re-ordering (Mobile EDI) Mobile Self-scanning
© 2008 GS1 Extended Packaging Overview Key concept: consumers access additional information about products through their mobile phone Background information: GS1 Mobile Com White Paper (www.gs1.org/mobile) pages 24 - 27. For more info on the project See the : Call-to-Action document
© 2008 GS1 GS1 Mobile Com Extended Packaging Group Manufacturers & retailers J&J Consumer Kao Kraft LOréal Nestlé P&G Ahold Carrefour Walmart Shoprite Checkers Migros-Genossenschafts- Bund Mobile Industry & provider Ericsson Motorola Nokia Orange BT AT&T Oracle Sprint Atos Origin Upcode Scan Buy Simple Act Inspiry Iexidio CamClick GS1 MOs GS1 Australia GS1 Austria GS1 Brasil GS1 Canada GS1 China GS1 Costa Rica GS1 France GS1 Germany GS1 Hong Kong GS1 Iran GS1 Italy GS1 Japan GS1 Korea GS1 Malta GS1 Netherlands GS1 Poland GS1 Russia GS1 Singapore GS1 Serbia GS1 Switzerland GS1 Taiwan GS1 Tunisia GS1 UK GS1 US
© 2008 GS1 Generic scenario GS1 ID Keys GS1 BarCodes + EPC tags Look up service Information Provider GS1 messaging
© 2008 GS1 GTIN and Extended Packaging Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) 381370029939 Info Registry Info Pool 1 Info Pool 2 Brands
© 2008 GS1 Extended packaging : types of information Certification/Compliance Organic Ingredients Source/Origin Kosher/Halal Carbon/Environment Ethical/Fair Trade Traceability Counterfeit/Authentication Health/Wellness Allergens Nutrition Poison Compatibility Target (e.g. children under 2) Advice/Guidelines/Coaching How to use Recipes Recycling Recommendations Best usage reminders (e.g. take every 3 hours) Services Customer satisfaction Guarantee/Warranty Customer Service Loyalty Where to buy How to find in store Community Who is using Also bought Opinions/Ratings Reviews Price comparison Budgeting Feature comparison Conversions (metric/imperial) Other Games Promotions Accessibility (e.g. blind) Personalized vs. generic Before/during/after sales Delivery method: video / audio / text
© 2008 GS1 Q1 2009 Business Requirements Guideline Pilot Gap Analysis Additional Standards CRs Q4 2008 Q3 2008 Q2 2009Q3 2009 Extended Packaging Timeline Draft Guideline Final Guideline + Pilot report + gap analysis + next phase plan
© 2008 GS1 GS1 France Code On Line Demonstrator Step 1 (before shopping) : The consumer downloads GS1 CodeOnLine application and defines the information he is interested in. Step 2a (in the shop) : The consumer opens GS1 CodeOnLine application and takes a picture of the product that he may buy. Step 2b (in the shop) : A few seconds later, he receives the required information about the product on his mobile phone from a GDSN catalogue.
Contact Details Cameron Green GS1 Global Office E email@example.com T + 1 609 620 4568 W www.gs1.org
GS1 Standards in Healthcare Nicolas Stuyckens GS1 Belgium & Luxembourg.
GS1 Mobile Com Intro & Update September © 2008 GS1 How to use these slides These slides give background information and current status about the.
Extended Packaging - Simple Demonstrator. © 2008 GS1 What is this? You can use this demonstrator to show how consumers can access additional product information.
What is GS1? An Overview May © 2008 GS12 Background: What are standards? Standards are agreements that structure any activity or any industry. They.
1 What is Data Synchronisation and How to Get Started? Peter ALVAREZ GDSN, Inc.
GS1 Mobile Com Lunch & Learn. © 2008 GS1 2 Overview 1.What is GS1 Mobile Com about? 2.How are users responding to the challenge of mobile? 3.What GS1.
GS1 Industry & Standards Event 27 th September - 1 st October 2010 Amsterdam Hosted by Retail Value Chain IUG (RVC IUG) Plenary Session – MobileCom BNG.
GS1 MobileCom Plenary Diane Taillard, GS1 Chris Adcock, GS1.
Hosted by Message from the CEO Miguel A. Lopera, CEO GS1.
Hosted by Standards Development Update Sally A. Herbert, President Standards and System Development GS1 President GDSN, Inc.
GSMP Local Community Network Global Agenda 27 Aug2009 Melanie Kudela.
GSMP Local Community Network Global Agenda 22 Jan 2009 Melanie Kudela.
GSMP Local Community Network Global Agenda 22 May 2008 Melanie Kudela.
GSMP Local Community Network Global Agenda 22 Feb 2009 Melanie Kudela.
GSMP Local Community Network Global Agenda 27 Mar Melanie Kudela.
GSMP Local Community Network Global Agenda 28 Feb (Melanie Kudela.
GS1 industry engagement driving standards adoption
Opportunities from around the world? John Modd Director, Mail Triangle Management Services.
NHS eProcurement Strategy Trade Association Meeting 24 th November 2014DH – Leading the nation’s health and care.
BarCodes. In 1973 the grocery industry established a standard method for the identification of products using printed bar codes, now known as the Universal.
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