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1 Cypak, the Future of Ink on Packaging September 12 th 2007, London Danevert Åsbrink, VP Sales, Cypak AB, Sweden

2 Todays topics Printed sensors Connecting objects to the networks with conductive inks RFID - Brand protection RFID - Tamper evident Managing active monitoring systems

3 Background - World leading RFID innovator for packaging Founded in Sweden 1999 Groundbreaking technology and applications with an extensive patent portfolio Numerous awards Strong focus on active RFID markets, especially Digital Health Cypak is the leading Active RFID technology provider for the packaging industry

4 Printed sensors that capture data

5 Key benefits: Enhances quality of data and reduces time and cost in healthcare and clinical trials. Improves compliancy. Applications: Clinical trials, OTC, geriatric care, etc Intelligent Pharmaceutical Packaging Pharmaceutical packaging with medication monitoring, patient diary and reminders

6 Placed on the IPP scanner, information is quick and automatically transferred Information can be viewed on screen, printed or exported in several file formats GSM/GPRS reader enables data to be sent to CRO/Doctor without use of a PC. Data retrieval GSM/GPRS USB

7 Web-based data management for rational data exchange over the Internet Preprogrammed URL allows packaging to connect automatically to specific Internet site Encryption and digital signing performed by IPP itself All encryption keys are stored in the packaging, eliminating eavesdropping and modification of data Highest level of security - AES 128 bits encryption Remote information management

8 Automatic tamper discovery: - Electronic tamper and damage detection - Machine readable, not dependent on visual inspection Traceability: - When: Timestamp of closing, sealing and tampering stored in log-file - Where: Event timestamp can be fed into an existing tracking system to locate the event Origin authentication: - Unique ID number - Data storage of contents, source, destination etc - Strong encryption Temperature monitoring: - Logs temperature extremes during transport Log Tamper event

9 RFID and Cypak Close Proximity Interface Cypak currently uses the leading RFID standards: UHF, ISO 15693, ISO 14443a and 14443b and Cypak Close Proximity Interface (CPI) –Very simple to use –Low cost, low power, and very secure Target for minimal electronic cost –Disposable packaging is possible! –Antenna can be printed with non-metallic ink at a very low cost –Host transceiver is inexpensive –Power efficiency makes it ideal for battery-powered equipment –Short reading distance with virtually no stray fields Very simple to use

10 Thank you! Danevert Åsbrink VP Sales Cypak AB, Stockholm, Sweden Cell: Tel: Evaluation kits can be ordered at:


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