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Labelling Solutions


at the core of the Internet of things (IoT) and it’s revolutionising labelling and product packaging. By taking advantage of intelligent label solutions, label converters and brand owners have a golden opportunity to grow business and be at the forefront of this technology that’s changing the world. The use of RFID is rapidly changing the way the


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industry is keeping track of products. To start with, RFID increases visibility of stock, which enhances eficiencies and reduces waste. In addition, RFID can increase inventory accuracy from 65 per cent to 95 per cent or more. This can have an enormous impact on a business’ bottom line. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) estimates that by 2020, more than 50 billion objects will be connected in IoT. Many of these objects will use RFID. As one of the world’s largest UHF RFID partners, Avery Dennison is adding new inlays to its extensive portfolio that includes 800+ patents and applications worldwide.


A new set of


products with RFID technology at


adio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a game changer for the pressure- sensitive industry. The technology is


their core will be highlighted at Labelexpo Europe 2017, Hall 7, Stand A31, Brussels, Belgium, September 25-28. These solutions are engineered to help label converters and brand owners grow business with products and objects that have unique digital identities. RFID Product Portfolio is an extensive portfolio of RFID inlays. These are designed and manufactured by Avery Dennison for use in retail, medical, transport, logistics, manufacturing and other industries. Wafer-thin, durable, and economical, RFID inlays can be used across a wide variety of objects, including virtually any pressure-sensitive label construction. RFID wirelessly transmits data, enabling businesses to seamlessly manage inventory to increase productivity and reduce waste. TT Sensor Plus 2 is about one-third the size of a credit card, the TT Sensor Plus 2 can be placed on (or in) a shipping package to log and store temperature data. The data is stored in a near field communication (NFC) chip and can be uploaded to the cloud via a smartphone or a computer at anytime, anywhere throughout the supply chain. TT Sensor Plus 2 is intended for


pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, and other industries


Intelligent label solutions for packaging


where careful temperature monitoring protocols ensure compliance and quality.


INNOVATION CENTRE In order to demonstrate the benefits of Intelligent Label technology, Avery Dennison has recently opened an interactive technology and label facility, I.Lab, in Oegstgeest, Netherlands. Here, Avery Dennison has combined its technical capabilities and materials science expertise to showcase applications. The centre shows how these Intelligent Labels


and Avery Dennison’s business solutions are transforming multiple industries, from retail and apparel to the food industry, recently expanding to pharmaceuticals, aviation and automotive. I.Lab focuses on the connectivity of products and new innovations in RFID, expanding on Avery Dennison’s work in intelligent labels. This allows for the creation of new technologies and is key for companies seeking greater eficiencies and more sustainable manufacturing processes. www.averydennison.com


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