Concern over the environmental impact of linear, ‘take-make-waste’ manufacturing models is ushering in an era of transformational change, and a shift towards a circular economy focused on better use of resources and materials.
Low-cost FlexICs underpin scalable circular solutions, bringing item-level intelligence, driving operational efficiency and inspiring new ways to reduce, reuse and recycle.
Pragmatic’s e-nose sensor system – the world’s first on flexible substrate – can detect odours that indicate deterioration in food, preventing loss and waste.
RFID has the potential to revolutionise authorisation and stock control in supply chains, but what exactly is it and how can this technology be leveraged to bring intelligence and interactivity to everyday objects? Alastair Hanlon, Chief Commercial Officer at Pragmatic explains.
Making reuse a reality
Pragmatic’s unique flexible integrated circuits can be leveraged to enable smart reusable packaging schemes at scale. Integrating digital IDs into mass market products opens up new capabilities, keeping valuable resources in circulation for as long as possible.
The next generation of sustainable flexible electronics
Pragmatic’s unique flexible integrated circuits can be leveraged to enable smart reusable packaging schemes at scale. Integrating digital IDs into mass market products opens up a series of new capabilities.