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Gary Hartley Info

Gary Hartley Gary Hartley is General Manager for Sector Development of GS1 New Zealand, New Zealand’s member of GS1, the global not-for-profit supply chain standards organisation.

GS1 is the largest supply chain standards organisation in the world with 111 offices and more than 1.5 millon members. GS1 standards include barcodes, RFID, data synchronisation and supply chain enhancement.

Gary is also the Secretary of the New Zealand RFID Pathfinder Group Inc; a not-for-profit incorporated society involving NZ based organisations seeking to drive the adoption of EPC/RFID technology in New Zealand.

Gary holds a Masters (Dist) degree in Logistics ad Supply Chain Management from Massey University, New Zealand.

www.gs1nz.org

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Latest Articles

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    The New Zealand RFID Pathfinder (Pathfinder) is an Incorporated Society established in May 2006. Pathfinder envisages superior economic and competitive performance in New Zealand through the adoption of RFID and EPC technologies. Pathfinder’s objective is to coordinate and support organisations and individuals involved in the field of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and the Electronic Product Code (EPC).

  • 06/07/2011   UHF RFID for livestock – another “new normal”?

    Cattle branding goes back to ancient Egypt and animal identification has been developing ever since

  • 27/07/2010   Here comes the “New RFID”

    The recession is over. Business decision makers can now think less about surviving the present and more about creating the prosperous future we all want.

  • 29/06/2010   Time to Face RFID Reality

    ‘Those who said the Auto-ID Center’s vision of ubiquitous RFID was unrealistic aren’t laughing today. Now all companies have to re-evaluate the facts and get real.’