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How the GS1 Architecture helps you build the GS1 System ? GS1 GSMP Brooklyn March 2011. Sue Schmid GS1 Australia Kevin Dean GS1 Canada Ken Traub Independent Consultant. Another acronym. WIIFM. Architecture starts when you carefully put two bricks together. There it begins. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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GS1 EPCglobal In-House Strategic Discussion

How the GS1 Architecture helps you build the GS1 System?GS1 GSMP Brooklyn March 2011

Sue Schmid GS1 AustraliaKevin Dean GS1 CanadaKen Traub Independent Consultant 2010 GS1Another acronym.2WIIFM 2010 GS12

Architecture starts when you carefully put two bricks together. There it begins.Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

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2010 GS1We started so many decades ago with a simple idea of two components, a number and a bar code, our two bricks!!!

This was the start of our architecture.3Who is the GS1 Architecture Team?

2010 GS14What is it that we do?5

Promote and protect the technical integrity of the GS1 System

Develop the GS1 System Architecture Request for FindingsProvide Guidance 2010 GS15GS1 Architecture 2010 GS16GS1 Architecture PrinciplesGuidelines for the development of standardsAn ideal goal of the GS1 SystemEnsure consistency for our MembersEnsure stability for our MembersVariances permitted only after stringent reviewMust be approved by various GSMP management boards

http://www.gs1.org/gsmp/process/arch_group

7 2010 GS1GS1 Architecture Principles Categories8 2010 GS1GS1 Architecture PrinciplesFundamentalsAlignment with GS1 Strategy, Vision, and MissionUse of GS1 KeysUse of GS1 Global Data DictionaryForward-looking, with migration strategies and backward compatibility where neededAligned with well-defined business processes and able to demonstrate real business valueSecurity-enabled where appropriateConsistentRoyalty-free9 2010 GS1GS1 Architecture PrinciplesOutcomes/objectivesBest overall value at lowest total cost of ownershipPromote scalabilityPromote seamless integrationPromote interoperability and compliancePromote simplicity and standard interfacesAvoid duplicationPromote technology independence and a layered approachPromote global cross-sector definitions and leverage the best of global and localLeverage a common strategy for extensibility10 2010 GS1GS1 Architecture PrinciplesProcessLeverage the work of other standards bodies wherever possibleStrive to eliminate exceptions and variances wherever possible11 2010 GS1GS1 ArchitectureGS1 System Landscape the whatWritten for a general audience of existing and new Members and Solution ProvidersEnumerates, summarizes, and categorizes all GS1 StandardsGS1 Architecture the what + the whybuilds on the GS1 System Landscape to:Show how the standards fit togetherArticulate underlying technical principlesHelp to guide the development of future standardsGS1 Architecture to be revised annually12 2010 GS1GS1 System LandscapeBusiness ObjectiveGS1 System Landscape SectionStandardsIdentify 1. Identification

2. Supplementary dataGS1 Identification Keys

AIsGlobal Product Classification (GCP)Pkg Meas & other rulesCapture3. Data representation

4. Physical data carriersSyntax: bar code, EPC URI, EPC Tag data, EANCOM, XML

Bar CodesRFID Air InterfacesRFID Software StandardsShare5. Business data

6. Information distribution and discovery

7. CommunicationMaster Data: Trade Item, Catalogue, Party, PriceBusiness Transactions: Plan, Order, Deliver, Pay, OtherPhysical Event Data (EPCIS)

EANCOM, GS1 XML, EPCIS capture/query, ONS, Discovery

Comm syntax, protocols, security 2010 GS1GS1 System ArchitectureIdentifyCaptureShareGS1 KeysIdentification Data SyntaxSupplementary Identification DataBar Code SymbologiesRFIDGTINSSCCGLNGRAIGIAIGDTIGSRNGINcGSINApplication Identifiers: LOT, EXPIRY, 113 othersEPC URIElement StringU.P.C.-AU.P.C.-EEAN-13EAN-8DataBarDataMatrixGS1-128ITF-14UHF Class 1 Gen 2HF Class 1ALELLRPRMDCIAir InterfacesInfrastructureEDIINT AS1/2ebMSWeb SvcsMaster DataBusiness TransactionsPhysical VisibilityTrade ItemCatalog ItemPartyPriceGPCPlanOrderPayDeliverOtherGDSEANCOMxCOMEPCIS EventsCBVEPCIS QueryDataCommNetwork Cert ProfileONSDiscoveryTransport 2010 GS1GS1 System Architecture IdentifyIdentifyGS1 KeysIdentification Data SyntaxSupplementary Identification DataGTINSSCCGLNGRAIGIAIGDTIGSRNGINCGSINApplication Identifiers: LOT, EXPIRY, 113 othersEPC URIElement String 2010 GS1GS1 System Architecture CaptureCaptureBar Code SymbologiesRFIDU.P.C.-AU.P.C.-EEAN-13EAN-8DataBarDataMatrixGS1-128ITF-14UHF Class 1 Gen 2HF Class 1ALELLRPRMDCIAir InterfacesInfrastructure 2010 GS1GS1 System ArchitectureShareEDIINT AS1/2ebMSWeb SvcsMaster DataBusiness TransactionsPhysical VisibilityTrade ItemCatalog ItemPartyPriceGPCPlanOrderPayDeliverOtherGDSEANCOMxCOMEPCIS EventsCBVEPCIS QueryDataCommNetwork Cert ProfileONSDiscoveryTransport 2010 GS1GS1 Architecture Existing DocumentsGS1 Architecture PrinciplesGS1 System LandscapeGS1 Integrated CommunicationsEPC Architecture Framework18 2010 GS1ConclusionSue SchmidGS1 Australia 2010 GS1WIIFM20 2010 GS120The goal of enterprise architecture is boundary-less information flow, where all systems, IT and non-IT interoperateAllen Brown21 2010 GS12122

http://www.gs1.org/gsmp/process/arch_group 2010 GS122

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