GS1 Intro

Report
GS1 Standards
An Introduction
2013
An introduction to
GS1 Numbering and
Bar Coding standards
GS1
About us …
1 - A not-for-profit organisation
2 - An international community of 108
national member organisations
4 - A standards organisation
6 - Dedicated to continuous improvement
in supply chain ‘end to end’ for industry
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3 - An industry driven
organisation with millions of
members across 24 industry
sectors
5 - The most widely used supply chain
standards system in the world
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Our mission
Leading global organisation dedicated to the
design and implementation of global
standards and solutions to improve the
efficiency and visibility of the supply and
demand chain.
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Australia
GS1 Australia
Who is GS1 Australia?
GS1 Australia Office at Mt Waverley, Melbourne
GS1 Australia Office at Botany, Sydney
• Administer & maintain the GS1 System of supply chain standards in
Australia
• Current membership 16,500 companies across multi-industries
• In excess of 18 industry sectors
• Over 100 staff in Melbourne & Sydney
• http://www.gs1au.org
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GS1 Australia’s role
The implementation of the GS1 System by
Australian industry for the benefit of all users.
Our role is to:
• develop global, open, multi-sector standards;
• provide training, education and support
services on supply chain management; and
• promote and help implement the GS1
System to facilitate best business solutions.
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GS1 Standards
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GS1 Standards
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GS1 Standards in Retail & Consumer Goods
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Australia
The GS1 System
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Numbering and bar coding
allows for the identification of
products, items, locations
and services.
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Some GS1 Bar Codes
Bar Codes are also called Data Carriers
EAN/UPC
ITF-14
GS1-128
GS1 DataBar
Bar Codes shown not to scale
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GTIN-13
9312345 00 000 5
GS1 COMPANY PREFIX
The first seven or nine digits are
allocated by GS1 Australia
to the member company
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ITEM REFERENCE
The next five or three
digits are allocated to a
specific product by the
member company
CHECK DIGIT
Checks the validity of the
entire number by a
mathematical formula
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The transfer of structured data,
from one computer to another,
by electronic means
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Business Trading via E-Messaging
Translation
software to
convert data
for application
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Examples of Documents that can be transacted:
Purchase Orders, Invoices, PO Changes, Despatch
Advices, RCTIs, Product Activity Data
EDI Message
Translation
software to
convert into
data exchange
standard
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Business Trading via E-Messaging
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More accurate
Faster
Data can be easily used for analysis
No need for physical storage
Non-repudiation
EDI Message
No human interpretation
Less labour intensive
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Greater security
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Typical automated document flow for Retail
Syntax and Service Report
Buyer
Supplier
Purchase Order
PO Response
PO Change
Despatch
Advice
Invoice
Remittance Advice / RCTI
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The continuous and automated
exchange of standardised
item master data within and
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What is Product Data
• Description
• Product classification
• Measurements
• Weight
• Height
• Diameter
• Packaging
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Levels
Pack size
Construction
Material
Content
Brand Owner
Country of origin
… and more
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What is Data Synchronisation?
The continuous and
automated exchange
of standardised item
master data within
and between
organisations
GS1net / NPC
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Radio Frequency Identification allows the
identification of tagged items without line of sight.
RFID tags contain a microchip and an antenna.
Electronic Product Code is the numbering
standard that is encoded in the RFID tag. 24
EPC / RFID
RFID microchips are
populated with the
Electronic Product
Code (EPC) data
which is a GS1
Standard
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GS1 Australia Services and Support
Quality
Support
Consulting /
Implementation
Services
Member
Assistance
Alliance
Partners
Australia
Resources
Education
and Training
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Contact Details
GS1 Australia
Unit 100/45 Gilby Road
Mt Waverley VIC 3149
T + 61 3 9558 9559
W www.gs1au.org

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