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With GS1, VisionID will support manufacturers through the use of innovative solutions such as RFID, vision inspection and data capture.
Cisco and GS1 have signed an agreement to collaborate on helping GS1 standards users to digitise their manufacturing processes.
Diomac, an Irish technology company specialising in fully integrated manufacturing software solutions has today announced a collaboration agreement with GS1 Ireland.
GS1 Ireland receives "Industry Innovator" Award at the 2016 Checkout Fresh Awards in recognition of its continued work in the area of food traceability.
The existing GTIN Allocation Rules have been replaced by a new, simplified GTIN Management Standard – making it easier for the retail industry to manage GTINs.
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Presidents and PMs, including Barack Obama and Xi Jinping, and their trade ministers met in Manilla in November 2015. Work on Global Data Standards (GDS) pilots received full and formal support in a Joint Ministerial Statement. Dec 2015.
How technology and big data can be used to collaborate and promote sustainable farming practices within the agriculture industry. Sept 2015.
GS1 EPCIS and Core Business Vocabulary (CBV) standards for event-based supply chain visibility ratified by ISO JTC and IEC. Sept 2015.
New rules on the labelling of fresh, chilled or frozen meat (from sheep, goats, pigs and poultry) now apply. The requirements come under the Food Information for Consumers Regulation. April 2015.
GS1 have announced they will demonstrate the power of barcode scanning in mobile devices using the Google Glass platform. This will be showcased at the industry’s largest mobile event, Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Feb 2014.