Welcome to GS1 US
The Global Language of Business
June 4-7, 2018, JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa, Phoenix, AZ
GS1 US® provides a variety of tools to help our members and other GS1 Standards users implement GS1 Standards correctly and accurately.
Identify products and locations, create barcodes, and look up product, location, and company data through one convenient, data-sharable platform.
Go to GS1 US Data Hub >
Calculate the check digit for your GTIN® or other identification number.
Go to Check Digit Calculator >
Search this database of GS1 Company Prefix licensees by company name, GTIN, GLN, or SSCC to verify U.P.C. barcodes and see basic company information.
Go to GS1 Company Database (GEPIR) >
Search this database to find knowledgeable GS1 US-certified standards experts as well as qualified service providers and implementation consultants.
Go to Solution Provider Finder >
Ensure streamlined data sharing for industry, improved search for consumers, and enhanced discoverability for search engines
Go to GS1 US Simple Product Listing >
Use this tool to run real-time translations between different forms of the Electronic Product Code and the keys encoded in a barcode (e.g. GS1 Company Prefix and GTIN).
Go to EPC® Encoder/Decoder >
Use your U.P.C. Company Prefix to create and view practice barcodes.
Go to Build a Sample U.P.C. Barcode >
Search this database of standardized product attributes (as defined in the GS1 Global Data Dictionary and through GS1 US industry initiatives) and code list values to discover and deliver accurate, complete, and authentic product information.
Go to GS1 US Attribute Explorer >
In the event of a recall or market withdrawal, use this standardized, fillable form to communicate all the appropriate information to your affected trading partners.
Go to Rapid Recall Express >
Develop and execute a successful EPC/RFID implementation program leveraging this self-paced interactive deployment tool.
Go to GS1 US EPC Item Level Readiness >
Use these tools to encode and decode the user memory of a Gen 2 EPC/RFID tag.
Note: These tools follow the GS1 EPC Tag Data Standard 1.9.
Go to EPC® User Memory Encoder/Decoder >