GS1 approves Technical Industries as new emerging sector

The newly approved Technical Industries grouping is comprised of defence, engineering, energy, mass transit and mining sectors.

Technical Industries - gaining interoperability in the digital economy

GS1 Standards for identifying, capturing, and sharing information—about parts or finished products, business locations, and more— are making it possible for this industry to attain true supply chain visibility and achieve leaps in operational productivity, managing (spare) parts and finished products before, during and after production.

Visit the New Technical Industries landing page today

The GS1 website now has a Technical Industries landing page that will enable users to learn how our global standards are providing intelligent solutions for the sector. Find out how GS1 standards are enabling increased traceability and timely identification of counterfeit items and more within Technical Industries, while focusing on the following activities and business processes:
• Digital Factory (Industry 4.0), Innovative Technologies, Spare Parts Management & Automation
• Direct Parts Marking
• Maintenance and Repair Operations (MRO) & Serialisation
• Unique identification and IoT (Internet of Things)

Download the new brochure and case studies

Read this recently released brochure that focuses on the benefits of transparency in the supply chain and learn how GS1 standards enable the transition to the digital factory thanks to simplified “intralogistics” processes and the unique identification of “things” in the Internet of Things (IoT).
Find out why Technical Industry leaders such as ATE Continental, MBDA, and Lenzeare choosing GS1 standards in order to simplify and optimise outgoing goods processes worldwide, while achieving greater efficiencies in the areas of safety and maintenance.

Access this new section and find all Technical Industries material