How Tamper Evident Packaging Works using NFC
Sneak Preview on How Tamper Evident Packaging Works using NFC
From a barcode scanning viewpoint, this is the simplest method to use, because it only requires one scan per workstation. This method is the simplest and most basic onramp, providing real-time information where jobs are in the production process (WIP). Additional information can be leveraged if integrated into an IoT (Internet of Things) digital supply chain network.
Check out our Sneak Preview vlog showing tamper evident packaging in operation!
Tim Daly demonstrates these Key Points:
- Physical Tamper-evident (TE) seals have been used in the supply chain for years
- Industry Categories currently using TE seals include food, beverage, medicine and cosmetics
- NXP’s new 213 TT seal has both physical and digital tamper-evident features
- Video simulates how TE digital platform operates using Similac baby formula as an example
- See real-time TE technology in action
Establishing a two-way communication channel with customers, vendors and distribution channels is clearly the future in packaging and labeling. PaladinID is committed to guiding small and mid-sized businesses through the process of incorporating products and distribution into the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) through the adoption of RFID. We offer an RFID Starter Kit that allows manufacturers, and fulfillment distributors to experiment with connecting to a greater supply chain network. Read more about our RFID Starter Kit and how we can help integrate your business into a digital ecosystem.
About NXP and NXP’s #NFC Evangelist, Tim Daly
Tim Daly, has been recognized globally for innovation in NFC and RFID engagement and adoptions. Tim is a visionary entrepreneur and executive, and builder of both new and mature companies and sales organizations, from Wall Street to Main Street. He is sought after as a speaker, and is considered a serial entrepreneur, mobile activation, media expert, and technology innovator. His awards and accomplishments, too numerous to mention, can be found on Tim’s LinkedIn profile.
NXP, co-inventor of Near Field Communications (NFC) back in 2002, has grown revenue to almost $10B. In addition to being the world’s leading provider of RFID chips, NXP also offers NFC-certified smart sensor products that include cold chain compliance and humidity sensors, and chain-of-custody solutions. Iconic brands such as Adidas, NBA, Nintendo, L’Oreal and Sonicare have all turned to NXP to guide them into the proximity marketing arena. NXP is a founder of NFC Forum and RAIN RFID
About PaladinID, LLC
PaladinID develops and supports high-performance bar code labeling applications. We work with our clients to “Make Your Mark” by providing the expertise and tools necessary to create an entire product label printing solution. Located in central New Hampshire, PaladinID has been serving Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New England, and beyond for over 30 years, and in 2017, became an RFID-certified company.