Webinar New technologies require new data standards
SLF organizes in cooperations with Conas and GS1 a webinar about the importance of data standards when implementing new technologies in service logistics..
Date: 16 februari
Time: 15.00 - 16.00
Theme: New technologies in Service Logistics require new data standards
Looking back in history, new technologies required new data standards. A good example is the introduction of the railways 140 years ago which forced cities to convert their own standard of time and to adhere to a global standard. When you implement new technologies in service logistics (like predictive maintenance, smart assets, virtual / augmented reality, spare part control towers) it is important to understand how these new technologies have different requirements regarding data-standards, -definitions and -quality. Robert van der Holst and Samarth Sakharkar of Conas and Jaco Voorspuij of GS1 will discuss real life examples and also show real life solutions. In this webinar they will explain the combined use of the Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) and the Global Individual Asset Identifier (GIAI) in service logistics and maintenance.
15.00 Opening and welcome by SLF
15.05 'Technological developments in Service Logistics & their data requirements' by Robert van der Holst, Managing Director of Conas
15.25 'Company golden spare part records and keyring concept' by Samarth Sakharkar, Senior Consultant of Conas
15.35 'The use of GS1 standards in Service Logistics' by Jaco Voorspuij, Product Manager Digital Services of GS1
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