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Make your products smart by creating a digital twin and providing information
Mark your products with a unique code usable for authenticity check
Provide targeted services, such as bonus point collection or maintenance information
Display marketing and promotional information
Display item-specific information related to maintenance, callbacks etc.
Track your products and create multiple reports based on the scans, all recorded in the system
Get a tool built on more than 15 years of experience helping the technology industry efficiently deliver product authentication and item-level data. From 2008 to 2022, 1D+ was operated by oneIDentity+ GmbH as a subsidiary of TecAlliance GmbH. Starting solutions specifically for the automotive aftermarket, our portfolio now meets the needs of all technical sectors, such as railways, mechanical engineering, etc., going far beyond authentication.
Serialise your products by adding a unique code to each item or package to enable product authentication. This free authentication can be done by anyone, anywhere, anytime, whether they are an end user, mechanic or service technician. Just scan the code to find out the current status.
Easily define promotional information such as text, images and links to websites, documents or videos, and specify a specific product, region or time. This information is then presented to your customers along with the authentication result.
Provide your customers product information beyond authentication, e.g., item-specific details and repair and maintenance information with a simple scan.
Track your products and see what has been scanned where, by drawing on the data of scans of your products that are stored in a backend. Access the data In a portal and create various reports - for example, see frequently scanned products or compare the country of scan with the country of destination to detect grey markets.
Show your customers promotions, provide bonus points or conduct other engagement activities leveraging the serialised code. The unique code on the product ensures that these bonus points can only be collected once for that specific item. Integration with existing loyalty systems is possible.
Manage alerts and recalls using the unique code. In the portal you can flag specific items or batches. When these are scanned, an orange or red warning light and a specific message can be displayed with details of the alert or recall. Similarly, you can flag specific products as counterfeit.
In the fight against product piracy, we are working to protect workshops and drivers from counterfeit products. The MAPP* initiative helps us do this with the clarification it provides.
**MAPP = Manufacturers against product piracy
President Automotive Aftermarket at Bosch
Product and brand protection and hence the counterfeit protection of products is of the utmost importance for suppliers of branded spare parts. The MAPP code measures offer the greatest possible security in our product portfolio. The fact that major automotive suppliers have joined forces underscores the relevance of this initiative.
Vice President Independent Aftermarket at Continental
“We want to send a signal and thwart uncertainty in the market caused by product and brand piracy. We aim to nip any attempt to bring dubious products into circulation in the bud. That’s why the packaging of our products, in proven Schaeffler quality, has a security label.
Chairman Automotive Aftermarket – Schaeffler AG
In order to counteract the persistently high risk of carbon leakage to third countries due to higher European carbon prices, the European Commission has introduced a mechanism for adjusting CO2 limits - the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) - from 1 October 2023. Companies in the EU that import iron, steel,cement, aluminium, electricity, fertilisers or hydrogen in pure or processed form from non-EU countries will have to report all imports separately on a quarterly basis and make a compensation payment in the form of CBAM certificates.
Is EUDR a concern for your organisation? Read this post to understand the regulation and learn 4 essential considerations to help your organisation comply.
The German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act (LkSG)has successfully completed its first year of implementation and represents an important and correct step towards promoting sustainable supply chains and thus responsible corporate governance in Germany. In line with the EU's Green Deal which aims to make sustainable corporate governance the European standard, the law requires companies to apply comparable environmental and social standards in their supply chains. The first wave of the LkSG which came into force on 1 January 2023 and initially only affected companies with more than 3,000 employees and a location in Germany, requires companies to fulfil their due diligence obligations, i.e. to identify human rights and environmental risks, counteract them and document these efforts. One year after the law came into force, we want to assess the progress made, reflect on the successes and challenges, and look ahead to the future of the companies concerned.
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