Posted on 22 Mar, 2020
The so-called smart packaging is to add more relevant information to the existing packaging technology, and it can be read using the current advanced smart phones, the Internet, and the Internet of Things, so that the packaging has a larger information capacity.
RFID is a non-contact radio frequency identification technology, which has the following characteristics.
RFID can give each item of the Internet of Things an “electronic ID card”, and each RFID electronic tag has a globally unique number (the tag cannot be copied or imitated), which can realize the anti-counterfeiting, traceability and anti-channeling of products.
RFID technology has long-distance group reading function (can read thousands of tags in one minute from 10M).
Big data in smart packaging
Supply chain tracking and tracing ensure end-to-end complete transparency. Provide consumers with exceptional product information and interact to achieve B2B to B2C service transformation.
By using RFID technology, such as Near Field Communication (NFC) and Ultra High Frequency (UHF), intelligent packaging products can easily implement tracking and tracing throughout the supply chain, ensuring end-to-end (i.e. from core raw materials to The entire process of end of product life and reuse).
Smart packaging can build big data for the entire life cycle of the product. It is an application of the Internet + chip + packaging. Big data includes big data in the supply chain and a big data platform for anti-counterfeiting and traceability.