Great changes are taking place in commodity packaging when the UK enters the field of intelligent packaging
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core tip: the UK Process Innovation Center (CPI) has established an alliance to support and promote the wide adoption of NFC packaging in the UK manufacturing supply chain. The three-year project aims to "develop new processes, equipment and applications to produce high-capacity (billions or even trillions) NFC printed electronic components," the company said
[China Packaging News] the British Process Innovation Center (CPI) has established an alliance to support and promote the wide adoption of NFC packaging in the UK manufacturing supply chain. The three-year project aims to "develop new processes, equipment and applications to produce high-capacity NFC printed electronic components (billions or even trillions after nearly a year of buffer transition period)," the company said
"the project provides a technical platform for technological innovation and professional skills and capacity-building," CPI added. "The most important point is to apply highly automated and high-speed integration technology to achieve the goal that the cost price of each NFC label is less than one cent." This three-year project is in line with the UK's positioning to become a world leader in the production and printing of smart products with sensors, because it will improve the UK's process skills in this area
the project covers many application fields, such as fast-moving consumer goods, beverages, games, security and other industries. It provides a platform for our most professional industry before and after sales of other key experimental machines in the UK to develop second-generation technologies, including medical treatment, food, energy, building environment, national defense and transportation
at present, the initial concept is to develop low-cost, high-capacity printed labels integrated into smart packaging and fast moving consumer goods product labels. The alliance has 14 partners covering the entire packaging supply chain in the UK, including Unilever Hasbengiyat said, "the Neo additive can be used in all kinds of flexible and rigid containers bro, crown packa, more than 400 national high-tech enterprises king, Andrews Wykeham and Mercian labels, etc.
the project brings together the entire innovation value chain, provides a platform for end users to develop their next-generation packaging concept products, and verifies the marketization and attractiveness of products. "So far, the alliance has made great progress, and has closely cooperated to produce a series of NFC concept products that integrate logic circuits on flexible substrates; next, it is to reduce the production cost of NFC products and accelerate the industry's demand for products." To achieve this, we are developing new production processes and providing 50000 market test samples