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RFID SEMINAR
THE PROMOTION OF GLOBAL
STANDARD ONE (GS1)
TRACEABILITY SYSTEM
NATIONAL STANDARDS CENTRE
MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND PRIMARY RESOURCES
26TH APRIL 2011
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NATIONAL STANDARDS CENTRE
SETUP
VISION
• 21st June 2008
• To Create Entrepreneurs that have Internationally Recognised Standards
• To support and enhance entrepreneurs capabilities in attaining Internationally recognized
MISSION
standard through integrated collaboration programmes
• To act as a primary catalyst in promoting and facilitating the development of Standards and
Quality among the business enterprises in Brunei Darussalam.
• To provide the services that enhance local products comply with national, regional and
ROLE
international standards;
• To act as sole national agency to co-ordinate standards development and activities in Brunei
Darussalam
• To act as Secretariat to the National Standards Council
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MIPR ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
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ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
National Standards Centre
Administration,
Management and
Finance Unit
Expert Unit
Conformity
Assessment
Unit
Certification
Unit
Legal and
Standard
Development
Unit
Promotion
and
Information
Standard Unit
International
Relations
Unit
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NATIONAL STANDARDS CENTRE
NSC
SERVICES
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GS1 in a Nutshell
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GS1: INTRODUCTION
GS1 is a not-for-profit organisation that
develops global standards for the identification
of goods and services.
GS1's standards foster cooperation and
encourage information-sharing worldwide.
The global
language of
business
 manages a global system that allows
companies all around the world to globally and
uniquely identify product such traceability
includes: trade items, assets, logistic units,
shipments and physical location.
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GS1 SYSTEM
The GS1 System
An integrated system of global
standards that provides for
accurate identification and
communication of information
regarding products, assets,
services and locations.
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GS1: A BROAD PORTFOLIO
A fully integrated global organization, GS1 was formed in early 2005 from the
joining of EAN International and the Uniform Code Council (UCC).
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More than 30 years of experience
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108 country member representing all points in the supply chain
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Over 1700 professionals around the world
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Over a million companies doing business across 108 countries
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Over 20 represented sectors (healthcare, transport, defence…)
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Over 5 billion transactions a day
GS1 is the most widely used
supply chain standards system in the world.
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GS1 MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS
Countries with a GS1
Member Organization
Countries served on a
direct basis from GS1
Global Office
(Brussels)
108 Member Organizations.
145 Countries served.
Local services, global reach.
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GS1: A BROAD PORTFOLIO
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GS1 ORGANIZATIONS STRUCTURE
GS1 General Assembly
GS1 Organization
GS1 Management
Board
 Global Strategic Direction
 Align/Communicate
Global Operations
GDSN Inc
 Global Governance
Local GS1 Boards
 Local Strategic Direction
EPCglobal
 Lead the design of new systems
 Lead the development of global marketing
templates
 Support local implementation
Local GS1
 Help in the design of
new systems
 Lead local
commercialization
 Lead local
implementation
GS1TRACEABILITY SYSTEM
TRACEABLE?
•GS1 Identification Keys provide access to database information relevant to trading partners.
WHO?
The brand owner, the organization that owns the specification of the trade item regardless of where and by
whom it is manufactured, is normally responsible for the allocation of the GTIN.
UNIQUENESS?
The GS1 Company Prefix is the number allocated to individual company by GS1, as a member company.
HOW?
GTIN
(Global Trade Item Number)
used to identify any item upon which there is a need to retrieve pre-defined
information
GLN
(Global Location Number)
to identify physical location and legal entities where is a need to retrieve predefined information to improve the efficiency of communication with the supplychain
SCSC
(Serial Shipping Container Code)
for an item of any composition (e.g. logistic unit such as pallets) established for
transport and/or storage which needs to be manage through the supply chain
GIAI (Global Individual Asset Identifier)
assign by the owner of the asset for diverse range of business applications (lifecycle tracking)
GRAI (Global Returnable Asset Identifier)
for identifying reusable package or transport equipment that are considered an
asset. It is used to enable tracking as well as recording of all relevant data.
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GS1TRACEABILITY SYSTEM
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GS1TRACEABILITY SYSTEM-BARCODE
Global
Rapid
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standards for automatic identification
and accurate item, asset or location identification
The BarCodes and GS1 Identification System have
provided benefits to consumers around the world
for over thirty years
The most widely used physical identification
standard in the world
Supported by all open trade retailers globally
Implemented by over 1,200,000 user companies in
more than 140 countries
More than 5 billion ‘beeps’ in the check-outs each
day
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GS1TRACEABILITY SYSTEM-BARCODE
955 123432168 9
GS1 Prefix
3 digits
The first 3 digit identify
the GS1 member
organization that
allocates the number.
This 3 digits prefix is
allocated by GS1 to
national member
organization in the
country. For Malaysia,
GS1 Malaysia has been
allocated the digit 995
Company and Item Number
9 digits
The next 9 digits contain the
company number and item
number. The company number is
allocated by national member
organization to the individual
companies. Each company in turn
allocates the item number to each
product. For better control and
easier administration in the
assignment of the number, a
block of number is given to each
company for its allocation to its
product
Check digit
1 digit
The last digit is the
check digit which serves
as an accuracy check on
the reading of the entire
number by the scanning
device
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GS1TRACEABILITY SYSTEM-EPCGLOBAL
Global standards for RFID-based identification
More accurate, immediate & cost-effective visibility of information
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A global standard system that combines radio
frequency identification (RFID) technology, existing
communications network infrastructure and the
Electronic Product Code (a number for uniquely
identifying an item)
Immediate and automatic identification and tracking
of an item through the whole supply chain
Improved efficiency and visibility in the supply chain
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GS1TRACEABILITY SYSTEM-EPCGLOBAL
What is Electronic Product Code (EPC)?
The EPC is a unique number that is used to identify a specific item in the
supply chain. The EPC is stored on a RFID tag, which combines a silicon chip
and an antenna
Benefit?
For consumers, the EPC promises to enhance consumer service, reduce outof-stocks, and provide better product selection. In addition, it has the potential
to provide better protection from counterfeit products (including medications), to
monitor product freshness for dated goods, and to provide easier identification
for recalls
For businesses, the EPC can help correct inefficiencies in the marketplace
and bring price value to consumer. It also o provide significant
annual savings, reduce the need for inventory held in “safety stock,” increase
sales by reducing the number of out-of stock products, reduce transportation
costs and shipping volumes, and provide more accurate forecasts and stock
replenishments.
GS1: A BROAD PORTFOLIO
 GS1 has active programs in several specific industry sectors.
Retail/CPG: This is our core sector, covering 145 countries
Healthcare: In 56 countries worldwide, GS1 standards have been chosen
to identify pharmaceutical products uniquely. Major regulatory bodies have
endorsed them, including those in the US, Japan and the UK.
Defense: Global Solutions offered by GS1 play a role in the defence sector
including but not limited to procurement, logistics and asset tracking. GS1
standards are endorsed by the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO).
Transport & Logistics: Today no transport and logistics company can be
efficient without robust information technology and data communication
support. GS1 standards help hundreds of T&L companies.
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GS1: A BROAD PORTFOLIO
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GS1: A BROAD PORTFOLIO
THE ESTABLISHMENT OF GS1 BRUNEI
DARUSSALAM
(GS1 BD).
Realizing the Benefits….
FEASIBILITY STUDY- ON THE
BARCODE USAGE IN BRUNEI
POS SCANNING SYSTEM
2006
Studies on 78 local Retailers
FINDINGS
Out of 83% respondents , 93% using
unregistered barcoding systems (recognised
locally)- ‘673’
2007
Out of 134 unregistered systems, 7%allocated by supermarkets for internal use.
REGISTRATION
OF COMPANY
PREFIX
√ 36 companies on the process of
registering
√ 28 companies successfully registered
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ROLES OF NSC
1. Facilitator for the establishment of GS1 BD
2. The promotion of GS1 systems, through:
• Awareness Training on the importance and benefits of
GS1 System
• Assistance and guidance for local SMEs to register as
GS1 user to GS1 Global Office
THE ESTABLISHMENT OF GS1 BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
2009
2010
2011
•Setting up of the GS1 BD ad-hoc committee (NSC and Dept. of
Agriculture and Agrifood, MIPR)
•Identification and selection of GS1 BD Committee Board
•Comprising of 12 local companies in various sectors of industries
•Groundwork for GS1 International Membership, include:
•Legal registration as Non-Profit Organization in Brunei Darussalam
•Formulation of GS1 BD Articles of Association
•Logistic preparation
•Submission of GS1 BD membership application
•Setting up of GS1 BD office
•Recruitment and selection of GS1 BD Personnel
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THE ESTABLISHMENT OF GS1 BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
Rational For The Establishment
1. Promotes standardization and the recognitions of world-wide traceability
system
2. Transfer of knowledge and innovative systems to the local
3. Benefiting full coverage of GS1 systems, especially on the deployments of
technical expertise
4. Ease of doing business for the local industries
5. Greater market accessibility
6. Requirements sets by GS1 International
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TARGETED SECTOR
SECTOR
TARGET
Retail
•Food Industry
•Handicraft
Healthcare
Hospitals and Private Clinics
Transport and Logistic
•Customs Departments
•Immigration Department
Defense
Ministry of Defense
Information Technology
ICT related sector
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TARGETED SECTOR
Total No. of Registered User
PROJECTED TOTAL NUMBER OF GS1 REGISTERED USER
IN BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
350
300
250
200
150
A Year
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Cumulative
50
0
Yr 1
Yr 2
Yr 3
Yr 4
Yr 5
Years of Establishment
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HOPES AND VISION
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One Vision!
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One Voice!
One Organization!
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THANK YOU !
NATIONAL STANDARDS CENTRE
MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND PRIMARY RESOURCES
KM 33, KG SINAUT, TUTONG
Office:+6734240069
Fax:+6734240066
EMAIL:[email protected]
WEBSITE: http://www.bruneimipr.gov.bn/
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