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EPCglobal

(Electronic Product Code GLOBAL) The administration of the electronic product code (EPC) system used in RFID tags. EPCglobal falls under the auspices of the GS1 standards organizations. See EPC and GS1.
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EPCglobal, part of the not-for-profit supply chain standards organization GS1, is dedicated to driving the adoption of the Electronic Product Code[TM] (EPC) for supply chain excellence.
The solution will comply with the recently announced GS1 EPCglobal RFID-based Electronic Article Surveillance Strategic Overview Guide and Technical Implementation Guide.
The royalty-free standard was developed by more than 100 leading companies in the EPCglobal Software Action Group.
The success of RFID (radio-frequency identification) will depend in large measure on the efforts of EPCglobal US, the organization headed by Mike Meranda.
The new reader/writer also supports EPCglobal Class C1b protocol(*5).
The new specifications were developed through a collaborative process involving more than 60 companies that subscribe to EPCglobal Inc.
The first is the conflict around Intermec's intellectual property claims to parts of the EPCglobal Generation 2 specification.
EPCglobal recently announced the ratification of a new standard for radio frequency identification (RFID) based on electronic product code (EPC) technology.
In the months ahead we'll be deeply involved with EPCglobal as we introduce RFID and help drive the direction of this exciting new technology.
By choosing software with a GS1 EPCglobal Software Compliance Certification Mark, the end-user can be confident the software will perform according to defined GS1 EPCglobal standards," said Chris Adcock, president of EPCglobal Inc.
At its annual conference in Atlanta, industry group, the standards organization EPCglobal certified standards-compliant hardware products for commercial adoption.
Tokyo, Japan, Sept 5, 2005 - (JCN Newswire) - Omron Corporation (TSE: 6645; US: OMRNY), a global leader in automation, sensing and control technologies, announced today it will ship an IC tag inlay compliant with Class 1 Generation 2 (C1G2) of EPCglobal specifications.