The so-called smart packaging is to add more relevant information to the existing packaging technology, and can be read by 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 counterfeited), which can realize the anti-counterfeiting, traceability, and anti-smuggling of products.
RFID technology has a long-distance group reading function (a distance of 10M can read thousands of tags in one minute).
Smart packaging big data
The supply chain realizes tracking and tracing to ensure complete end-to-end transparency. Provide consumers with special product information and interaction, and realize the service transformation from B2B to B2C.
By using RFID technology, such as Near Field Communication (NFC) and Ultra High Frequency (UHF), intelligent packaging products can easily be tracked and traced throughout the supply chain to ensure end-to-end (that is, from core raw materials to The complete transparency of the entire process of product end-of-life and reuse.
Smart packaging can establish big data for the entire product life cycle. It is an application of Internet + chip + packaging. Big data includes supply chain big data, and anti-counterfeiting traceability big data platform