C. Hullin Openfield à GS1 université d'été

Openfield will be present at summer university of GS1

IoT, Big Data, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence … do these technologies hold their promises?

For this new edition of its Summer University, GS1 France proposes through the eyes of experts, to sort out, to interpret the short path traveled by the digital transformation to glimpse what this future rupturist could be Promises us as early as 2030!

Openfield will be present at Summer University of GS1

C. Hullin Openfield à GS1 université d'été

During  2 days,

Between skepticism and enthusiasm, dreams and reality, digital transformation still raises expectations, frustration and sometimes fear. Will the future that we are promised for a few years come? Blockchain, artificial intelligence, internet of objects, big data … of all these innovations, which ones are “already there” in our dailies lives, in companies? What, on the contrary, are those which, for the moment, remain nothing but a good announcement? What have we really “digitally transformed”?
For this new edition of its Summer University, GS1 France proposes through the eyes of experts, to sort out, to interpret the short path traveled by the digital transformation to glimpse what this future rupturist could be Promises us as early as 2030!

Cécile Hullin, our Marketing, Products and Consulting Director, will participate in a panel discussion:

Technologies to new uses, itinerary of uncertainties and convictions.

Alongside Karen Strugnell, Watson Marketing Director, IBM; Gilles Baustert, Marketing Director, Scania France and François Deprey, CEO, GS1 France.
The debates will be moderated by Olivier Bitoun, journalist.


GS1 is a worldwide, non-profit organization, present in 150 countries through 112 national organizations (GS1 France, GS1 UK …) and more than 1.3 million member companies worldwide.

GS1 France offers a real space for collaboration and co-creation of value by bringing together companies of all sizes, within communities of sectoral and business interests where they can co-design and define standards and good practices that meet their needs Business challenges.

In France, more than 38,500 member companies, using the GS1 standards, come from the main sectors of the economy (Consumer Products, Health, Catering, General and Specialist Distribution, E-commerce, Agricultural World, etc.).

To assist in developing its business, selling on the Internet, exchanging information, plotting products, accelerating orders or deliveries, communicating with all supply chain players, GS1 accompanies companies in three areas: Digitized product, interconnected supply chain, and omnican trade.

Find out more about our Twitter account @Openfieldlive or our hashtag #OpenfieldLive

Find the program on the GS1 Summer University website.

Practical information

When : the Summer University of GS1 will hold the 31rst August of 2017 in Paris, from 9:00 AM to 5 PM.

Where : Pavillon Cambon des Capucines, 46 rue Cambon, 75001 Paris.

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