The first integrated printed electronic system using re-writable memory.
Memory Everywhere™ delivers ubiquitous traceability for smart packaging, item-level authenticity identification, and unique personalized toys, interactive games, and online-enabled stored-valued game cards.
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Empowerment, Mobility, Network
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Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania, South America
The printed electronic label, consisting of printed memory, sensor and logic, detects that critical temperature thresholds have been exceeded and records data digitally for later retrieval and display. Such labels can deliver item-level tracking of quality data for goods such as pharmaceuticals and perishable foods. The Thinfilm integrated system shows how low-cost, disposable printed electronic technology will provide information about product history based on data stored in Thinfilm MemoryTM.
Ubiquitous traceability for smart packaging, item-level authenticity identification, and unique personalized toys, interactive games, and online-enabled stored-valued game cards.
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