GS1 India signs MoU with Midas Research Lab; to develop cutting-edge technologies
GS1 India, a global supply chain standards organisation, and Midas Research Lab of Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi, a leading research-oriented academic institute, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today to create the DataKart Centre of Excellence (DCoE). The aim is to apply Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and other futuristic technologies to develop tools for image compression, attribute extraction, and for improving quality of product data in the National Product Data Repository (DataKart)
Free Press Journal
30 June 2021
With a ‘Humanising AI’ approach to problem solving, Tredence is leapfrogging enterprise AI adoption
Today, industries emerging from COVID-19 will need to reinvent supply chains in a way that mitigates exposure to similar risks in the future. Here, digital technologies will be at the centre of this reinvention. But, to fully understand the trends that will shape next-generation supply chains, it is important to de-mystify digital technologies.
29 June 2021
Traceability system a must for drugs: GS1 chief
In most developed countries, drug traceability is possible for the medicines sold, but in India only those meant for exports are barcoded, mainly because it has been made mandatory by the buyer or the governments of those countries to where the medicines are exported, said Swaminathan.
The Hindu BusinessLine
21 June 2021
Traceability enables validation of vaccines to prevent counterfeits
The government of India is facing one of the most significant challenges in history. It has to undertake a vaccination drive which encompasses an unprecedented rapid mass development, distribution, and administration of Covid-19 vaccines. This has made it imperative that there are some guidelines for the healthcare supply chain to enable fast, efficient, and safe distribution of coronavirus vaccines.
02 June 2021
Need of securing the vaccine distribution and administration chain
The ongoing pandemic has brought forward important collaborations among pharmaceutical companies, government organizations, healthcare institutions, and NGOs of different countries. Companies are accelerating their efforts to produce an effective vaccine and are also sharing real-time data on scientific knowledge, clinical trials, efficacy, and deliberative process. It would need vaccines from multiple sources to curb the worldwide demand, and with mass production and administration of vaccines, countries need to adapt for safe procurement, accommodation, and usage of vaccines.
ET HealthWorldET CIO
01 June 2021
What is EUDAMED and Basic UDI-DI?
UDI stands for Unique Device Identification. The labels of medical devices contain a UDI that can be found and read by both people and machines. The UDI contains both numbers and letters in a prescribed sequence. This includes the Device Identifier identifying the product and company, and the Production Identifier. The unique device identification system ensures common standards for medical devices globally. Both the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States, and the European Union (EU EUDAMED) have established requirements for the UDI systems they have created.
17 May 2021
GS1 India achieves ISO 27001 certificate
GS1 India, the global supply chain standards organisation, has announced that it has achieved ISO 27001:2013 certification, the most widely recognised international standard outlining best practices for information security management systems.
Express ComputerBISinfotechCRN India
14 May 2021
Consumers and regulators want real-time product updates and “beyond the label” data such as product origin and ingredients
Each product needs to be represented accurately and consistently in potentially thousands of different places online. Today's consumers expect to seamlessly research, purchase and interact with the products they want to buy, no matter where they shop.
06 May 2021
Enabling track and trace through GS1 2D barcode on pharma packaging
Pharma companies across the world are in various phases of implementing and executing track and trace strategies. In India too, as it continues along the learning curve, the pharma sector is realising that it is strategic business sense to make traceability the cornerstone of sustainable future growth.
04 May 2021
GS1 celebrates 50 years of digitalisation in commerce
On March 31, 1971, leaders from the biggest names in commerce came together and transformed the global economy forever by developing the Global Trade Item Number (known as the GTIN). This numerical code uniquely identifies every single product and is the core of the barcode, the most important supply chain standard in history. Today, the barcode is scanned over six billion times every day and remains one of the most trusted symbols in the world.
Express ComputerCRN India
19 April 2021