EPCIS 2.0 standard
Electronic Product Code Information Services (EPCIS) is a GS1-developed standard that enables the capture and exchange of visibility data, within and between organizations, for all types of physical and digital assets. The initial version EPCIS 1.0 was released in 2007 and the most recent version, EPCIS 2.0 was released in 2022 with many enhancements.
Key features of EPCIS
Utilize the most recent EPCIS event to determine an object's current location.
Track objects both upstream and downstream based on related EPCIS events.
EPCIS events collected over a interval can be interpreted for a business context.
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Other advantages offered by EPCIS include automation, verification, etc. read
EPCIS 2.0 and EPCIS 1.2 Support
OpenEPCIS is an open-source reference implementation based on the EPCIS standard. Based on EPCIS & CBV 2.0 with seamless inegration for previous EPCIS 1.2 implementations. We encourage all interested parties (end users, solution providers, academia, etc.) to make use of our open-source reference implementation OpenEPCIS to incorporate the GS1 EPCIS standard.
Core member of global GS1 working group
assisted standardization of EPCIS 2.0
More than 10 years experience
thorough knowledge of the standard
Cutting edge technologies
developed using latest technologies, supporting cloud-native landscapes
providing various open source EPCIS software projects and tools.
Using the current standards, tools, and knowledge, we assist enterprises of all types and scales in seamlessly and successfully integrating the EPCIS standard.
OpenEPCIS projects & tools
We have developed a number of open-source tools utilizing state-of-the-art technology and our knowledge of the EPCIS standard. These tools can be beneficial to different EPCIS community members as well as organizations looking to implement the EPCIS standard.
Convert EPCIS documents from XML <-> JSON.
Event Hash generator
Generate event Hash-Ids for EPCIS document.
Test Data Generator
Generate events based on user specific requirements.
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OpenEPCIS has developed various other projects...