Innoscentia AB, a Swedish developer of dynamic sensor labels with the ability to measure food status in real-time. has chosen AIPIA member Ynvisible Interactive’s displays for its dynamic expiry date labels on food packages. Instead of static expiry date estimations on the packages, Innoscentia has developed materials that combine with the Ynvisible display, enabling real-time quality monitoring of the food. This solution aims to reduce food waste significantly and detect spoiled food in time, even before the expiry date, according to the report in Printed Electronics Now.
“After recent breakthroughs with our sensors, we are now ready to take the next step to produce a prototype, and we believe Ynvisible to be the optimal partner for this because of their experience and cutting-edge technology within printed displays and electronics. The results of the project will hopefully move us a big step closer towards disrupting the current labelling system of food and help us create a more sustainable food value chain in the future,” said Erik Månsson, CEO of Innoscentia.
The company is also currently using Ynvisible’s R&D services for the label development, including system design and adapting the sensor for large scale production with printing processes.
“To integrate a display into a label for packaging, three things are crucial: Low power consumption, which enables wireless powering, flexibility, which enables a label-like form factor, and low cost, which is a must for integration on packages. We can offer clients tailored R&D services to incorporate our displays into existing products as we have done for Innoscentia,” said Philip Holgersson, business developer of Ynvisible.
“Providing smart-labels for retail, logistics, and premium products is a key business platform for Ynvisible. With Innocentia, we recognize that by helping firms to achieve the highest levels of product freshness through scalable IoT packaging solutions, we can help unlock added value through to the end-user and minimize food waste,” added Jani-Mikael Kuusisto, CEO of Ynvisible.
Source : AIPIA Newsroom