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EVRYTHNG Announces Industry-First Connection of GS1 Identifiers with the Internet of Things at Industrial Scale

Internet of Things digital product lifecycle applications for CPG companies and retailers now leverage GS1 Standards, the world’s most widely-used information standards New York and London, June 20, 2017—EVRYTHNG, the Internet of Things Smart Products Platform for consumer products, today announces the first-of-its-kind integration of EVRYTHNG Active Digital Identities™ with GS1 Standards. The integration enables

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EVRYTHNG Connects GS1 Identifiers with the Internet of Things at Industrial Scale

GS1 Standards are used by more than one million companies on a daily basis around the world to identify consumer products for point of sale and supply chain applications, and to describe information about consumer products—a bedrock of the supply chain process. So we’re thrilled to announce our certification as a Solution Partner by GS1

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The Biggest Driver of Digital Transformation in the Supply Chain: End-to-End Visibility

Today’s brands are no longer being measured against traditional competitors. They’re being measured against the very best companies in the world that are providing the types of experiences and services that consumers now demand from all brands, regardless of industry. That means that as a consumer goods company, your competition is no longer just the

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The Internet of Clothing: How Smart Products will Transform Fashion

On June 7, EVRYTHNG co-Founder and CEO Niall Murphy spoke at the Stockholm Fashion Tech Talks about how smart products are set to transform the apparel industry. The Internet of Things isn’t just about connected cars, home appliances or factory machinery. Indeed, digital enablement is coming to all products. Every physical thing from the bikes

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The Future of the Smart Products Revolution Is #BornDigital

Digital transformation is rewriting the rules of competition, shifting business models, and creating new value for nearly every industry. At the core of this transformation is an inevitability: every physical thing in the world that can be connected will be. This means that manufacturers will be able to instrument every physical product they make and

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Using Blockchain Tech with EVRYTHNG to Certify Traceability Data

The heatwave generated by the blockchain revolution hasn’t spared the IoT field. While there are a number of blockchain use cases that just don’t make sense (such as controlling smart home devices), we are particularly interested in its potential impact on product traceability. Some of the unique properties of blockchain technologies could be very useful

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Invisible Wearables: Connected Clothing Is the Future of Fashion

The International Data Corporation (IDC) recently reported that 102.4 million wearable devices were shipped in 2016, representing 25 percent year-on-year growth. Despite this, innovation has slowed in the sector, with wearables being definitively “out” at Mobile World Congress this year. But the market won’t stay this way for long. Wearables as we know them are

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The Infant Nutrition Market Needs a Smarter Product Authenticity Solution

The global infant nutrition market is massive. Zenith estimates the market is worth over $50 billion, and it is forecasted to be the fastest growing packaged food category over the next five years, achieving growth in excess of 7% per year. It’s also a resilient market. Despite the economic downturn in 2009, when the global

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A Smart Solution to the $450 Billion Counterfeit Goods Problem

Counterfeited goods are the single biggest threat to the fashion industry. Stealing sales and diluting brand reputations, the global fake goods market is worth over $450 billion. In Europe, the clothing, footwear and accessories industries lose approximately €26.3 billion (roughly $27.7 billion) in revenue annually from counterfeit goods, according to EU statistics. Real Deal vs.

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