Cannabis Work Group
The cannabis industry is establishing protocols and processes in response to a rapidly shifting global regulatory and consumer landscape. This new workgroup will leverage its collective expertise and technical experience gained working with other regulated industries that faced similar demands, such as retail, medical devices, pharmaceutical, etc. Specific attention and support will be provided in meeting seed-to-sale traceability and package labeling requirements for growers, processors, distributors and retailers within the cannabis industry.
The AIM North America Cannabis Work Group was formed to engage in outreach to the global cannabis industry, educating and promoting adoption of automatic identification strategies and technologies, supporting the industry’s growth and need for compliance with traceability and packaging regulations by enabling secure data sharing and validation to establish trust and transparency in this rapidly growing industry.
Automatic Identification & Data Collection (AIDC) Enabled Efficiency & Traceability Gains for Cannabis Growers Whitepaper
The critical importance of AIDC technologies cannot be ignored! They have become an essential requirement for doing business, especially in regulated environments. As a Grower, not only must you comply with many regulations for cultivation, harvesting, and quality assurance (QA) testing, but you also want to ensure that your product is not compromised once it leaves your facility. Your product, once delivered to the consumer, is your reputation and the backbone for your continued success. Visibility, transparency, and accessibility to the data as your product moves through the supply chain is the only way to safeguard your product by reducing the risk of error, contamination, or recall. This whitepaper will
Track and Track for the Cannabis Industry, from Cultivation to Consumer Whitepaper
Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) technologies are all around us. Our modern economy wouldn’t and probably couldn’t function without it. Retail stores and food establishments everywhere rely on AIDC and it has become so ubiquitous that even the casual user of the technology recognizes its benefits. You see AIDC every day: in the UPC barcode on your groceries, in the RFID that identifies your car and automatically bills you for road toll payments, even in your pet’s microchip. All members of the cannabis supply chain — farmers and growers, processors, manufacturers, distributors, dispensaries, even consumers — benefit from implementing AIDC solutions. This whitepaper will
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Cannabis Traceability Webinars
In order to meet evolving global labeling and traceability regulations and increasing consumer demand, the cannabis industry requires the accuracy and efficiency that the AIDC industry has provided to industries like pharma, aerospace, retail and logistics for decades. In this panel discussion, industry experts will outline the challenges faced by the cannabis industry and discuss how Auto ID technology can help it meet these challenges and gain new agility.
SPEAKERS: Elizabeth Sinclair, Director of Marketing, BarTender® by Seagull Scientific | David Cushman, Sr. Director of Quality Management and Standards, Digimarc | David Eagleson, Founder/CEO, Outlaw Technology