EPCIS 1.1

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erik.su...@gs1nz.org

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May 28, 2014, 6:44:11 PM5/28/14
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Is the Fosstrak development team planning to release a new version that is compliant with the newly released EPCIS 1.1 standard?
If so, is there a timeframe for that? 

Thx,

Erik

Yves Vander Haeghen

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May 11, 2015, 11:56:22 AM5/11/15
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I am really wondering the same thing, we need an open source EPCIS 1.1 implementation, nobody want's to start a new project with the old 1.0 specs ...

Dag Erik!

Cheers,

Yves


Geir Vevle

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May 11, 2015, 11:59:22 AM5/11/15
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Or you may contact enlight (vik...@enlight.no) for a cloud delivered, cost effective, epcis 1.1 implementation.

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djbur...@gmail.com

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May 20, 2015, 5:22:32 AM5/20/15
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According to the standard itself, the differences between EPCIS 1.0 & 1.1 are:
- Support for class-level identification is added to ObjectEvent, AggregationEvent, and TransformationEvent through the addition of quantity lists.
- A new event type, TransformationEvent, provides for the description of events in which inputs are consumed and outputs are produced.
- The “why” dimension of all event types are enhanced so that information about the sources and destinations of business transfers may be included.
- The “why” dimension of certain event types are enhanced so that item/lot master data may be included.
- The SimpleEventQuery is enhanced to encompass the above changes to event types.
- The introductory material is revised to align with the GS1 System Architecture.
- The XML extension mechanism is explained more fully.
- The QuantityEvent is deprecated, as its functionality is fully subsumed by ObjectEvent with the addition of quantity lists.

Given that the new GS1 EPCIS for Rail Vehicle Visibility Application Standard has just been published ( http://www.gs1.org/epcis/rail/latest ) I'd be interested to know how much of EPCIS 1.1 the new Rail standard uses - i.e. whether it would even be feasible to use Fosstrak for a local laptop demo for a rail application?

It's something I've just added to my "look at" list in the next couple of weeks or so...!

Dzalbo, Vladimir (Mieloo & Alexander)

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May 20, 2015, 5:34:45 AM5/20/15
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Having quickly scanned through the document (Rail and Vehicle Application Standard) the only feature from EPCIS 1.1 I can see is

·         Source / Destination (chapter 5.4.2.3)

 

 

This is the only functionality therefore which is not supported by Fosstrak implementation. You can demo the rest of it.

 

 

 

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May 20, 2015, 6:06:42 AM5/20/15
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Thanks Vladimir!
Regards,
Dave
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