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The family-friendly GS1 projector comes with smart design features, is splash proof, drop proof and has low heat child safety making it safe for kids.
The DHA has made it obligatory for all pharmaceutical companies, agents and suppliers to supply medicines with a barcode based on the GS1 Standards and 2D Data Matrix.
GS1 Bahrain founder and chief executive Raed Al Samahiji said: "Over the past three years, the relationship between GS1 and Google has strengthened.
University The use of GS1 and PEPPOL (Pan European Public Procurement On-Line) standards once fully implemented will be a significant step in improving the outcome for patients by providing total traceability of consumables, equipment and interventions used in the treatment provided, this will lead to efficiency, and cost savings for the trust and ultimately improve patient care.
GS1 US has developed the GS1 US Cash Visibility Discussion Group, in conjunction with the Federal Reserve, financial organizations, retailers and armored carriers, to create a standardized framework for identifying, tracking and electronically exchanging information about cash as it moves through the supply chain.
We anticipate this year to be a pivotal year in shaping the future of the retail grocery industry," says Angela Fernandez, GS1 US's VP of retail grocery and foodservice.
Melanie Nuce, vice president of apparel and general merchandise, GS1 US said, The performance of an RFID tag depends on many environmental variables such as the store environment, product packaging and orientation to the reader .
Representatives from Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia will be hosted by GS1 Philippines in a meeting that expects to help facilitate improved trading between Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN).
Besides providing coupon redemption efficiencies, exclusive use of the GS1 DataBar symbol can reduce incidences of intentional coupon fraud and unintentional coupon misredemption, according to the JICC.
Requiring manufacturers to print serialized GS1 DataMatrix barcodes--the standard for which only recently became available--would allow track and trace.