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  • Proper identification of medicines and medical devices are crucial: Ravi Mathur Shahid Akhter, editor, ETHealthworld spoke to Ravi Mathur, CEO, GS1 India, to know more about the challenges due to the rising incidence of spurious drugs in the Indian and global markets and the systems in place to curb such practices. ET Healthworld 12 August 2019
  • Empowering shoppers with trusted information on millions of products Globally, GS1 is involved in developing standards which are used with technologies like barcoding, RFID and with cutting edge applications like block chain, IoT and Augmented Reality to enable retailers/etailers optimise their operations and offer an enhanced shopping experience to consumers. Deccan Chronicle 12 August 2019
  • Empowering shoppers with trusted information on millions of products Globally, GS1 is involved in developing standards which are used with technologies like barcoding, RFID and with cutting edge applications like block chain, IoT and Augmented Reality to enable retailers/etailers optimise their operations and offer an enhanced shopping experience to consumers. Asian Age 12 August 2019
  • India needs to assure regulation for domestic drugs While Indian pharma exports were regulated years ago, the time has come to start a new era for anti-counterfeiting domestic regulation. In a candid conversation, Nakul Pasricha, President, Authentication Solutions Providers Associations (ASPA), reveals more to Akanki Sharma. Express Pharma 12 August 2019
  • Barcodes evolution: A simpler tool for verification for businesses, users Barcodes are everywhere. From making a quick payment to scanning the code to verify a product, we use different iterations of barcodes in our daily lives. Interestingly enough, barcodes as a technology has existed since 1950s. Invented by Norman Joseph Woodland and Bernard Silver, the early version of barcode was based on Morse Code. The technology saw a commercial adoption in the US in following decades and quickly gained adoption in other countries. Hindustan Times 05 August 2019
  • India's healthcare needs a tech makeover The Economic Times Read more >
  • Honda two-wheelers cracks down on counterfeit part suppliers In conjunction with the police, the Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has conducted four major raids in north and east India in June 2019, seizing spurious goods worth Rs 49 lakh. According to the company, in the past three years, the Honda Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement team has seized approximately 94,000 counterfeit parts worth Rs 2 crore across India. Auto Car India Report 30 July 2019
  • Snapdeal bars 8,000 in 8 months over counterfeit products E-commerce company Snapdeal on Tuesday said that it has removed 8,000 sellers from its platform, in the last eight months, for selling counterfeit products. The company, in a statement, said that its anti-counterfeiting program “Brand Shield”, which was launched in November 2018, offers a single point of contact for brands to report suspected counterfeit products being sold on the Snapdeal platform. Newsd.in Report 30 July 2019
  • Fastags to be mandatory at all toll plazas from December 2019 The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has declared that all lanes at all toll plazas on national highways across the country will be dedicated Fastag lanes from 1, December 2019. Additionally, non-Fastag users will be charged double the fees if they use the Fastag lanes. Car wale.com Report 23 July 2019
  • FASTags Will Be Compulsory For Every Vehicle In India; Every Toll Plaza Will Be FASTag Enabled Govt. of India has declared that FASTags, which are Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, will be made mandatory for every vehicle in India. Earlier, it was mandatory for only new vehicles. This means that if your vehicle is not enabled with FASTags, then you won’t be able to cross any toll plaza. Trak.in 19 July 2019
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