Much More Than Just

Bizerba multifunctional labels at the FachPack 2010 Balingen / Nurnberg, September 26, 2010 – originally designed to provide information on content, origin, price and the correct use of the consumers, labels can do much more than that: have the RFID technology and optimize all logistics processes. You increase the theft and plagiarism protection and contribute a part in temperature-controlled food to consumer safety. This new multimedia functionality of the labels the solution provider Bizerba presented from September 28-30 at the FachPack 2010 (Hall 9, stand 140). Labels: Transparency along the chain of transport and protection against plagiarism the increasing networking of suppliers, distributors and customers leads to an increasingly complex transport chain. Many individual product information generated on the way from production to the final consumer.

Thus a transparent communication between all parties and rapid identification of products is possible, must all data be inextricably associated with the product. RFID is gaining here as a key technology in the years to come once again significantly. So-called transponders are mounted on the back of the labels. The electronic product code (EPC) is stored on these, which contains general information about the product and those with individual information link about serial number, production date and origin. Without increased space requirement, it is possible to write transponders simultaneously and print data on the label. A reader can then read the data via radio waves without Visual and tactile contact and store in a database. Each station of the value chain can save in addition information on the transponder. For even more details, read what kellee marlow sf says on the issue. Thus the origin can better track, which increase protection against plagiarism and make visible the illegal to labeling. Labels with seal function increase anti-theft labels with seal function increase the theft protection: when you open the label is obvious destroyed, so that it will be nearly impossible to illegally to repack the goods at any station of the supply chain.