GS1 Brazil Automation Award pays tribute to the creativity and efforts of Brazilian companies and professionals who bet on automation and standardization to improve the management of their enterprise, with solutions that increase efficiency and competitiveness in the market, following GS1 standards .
The traditional celebration has been part of the entity’s history since 1998, always taking place at the end of the year and has more than 700 guests.
“Reinvent yourself” is the theme of the 23rd edition of the Automação Awards, which announces the winning projects that innovated between last year and this year. On the night of December 8th, the honorees will receive the Harpy Trophy – the biggest bird of prey in Brazil – at the Tom Brasil space, in São Paulo.
In this edition, the success stories registered cover the categories Education, Sustainability, Market application and Press.
Check out the awardees by category:
Instituto Mauá – Educação inPEV
Paripassu Sustainability – Automation of processes in the food sector
Pinheiro Supermarket – Innovation – Application of the 2D Code
Urano – Innovation – Application of the 2D Code in partnership with Parla Deli and BM Informática
IDCotton – Traceability with the EPC/RFID standard in partnership with Impinj, Beontag.
Havan – EPC/RFID Standard application in partnership with iTag, Hasar, SmartX, Zebra, Impinj, Beontag.
Leroy Merlin – 2D Code application in the Brazilian construction
Marine sector – Automation in uniform processes in partnership with Kway and Slidelog
BIG – GS1-128 Standard Application in partnership with Paripassu
The Brazilian Automation Association-GS1 Brazil is a multi-sector non-profit organization that represents GS1 Global nationally. Worldwide, GS1 is responsible for the global standard for product and service identification (Barcode and EPC/RFID) and communication (EDI and GDSN) in the supply chain. In addition to establishing standards for product identification and communication, the association offers services and solutions for the areas of retail, healthcare, transport and logistics. The Brazilian organization has 58 thousand members.
SOURCE: GS1 Brazil