The Future of Smart Packaging in the Retail Industry
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The Future of Smart Packaging in the Retail Industry

TOTAL RETAIL. A number of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) brands are exploring NFC-enabled smart packaging as an innovative way to connect directly with customers.

NFC-enabled smart packaging is a real opportunity for retail
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NFC-enabled smart packaging is a real opportunity for retail

TECH NATIVE. In today’s challenging retail market, brands and retailers must find fresh and innovative ways to engage with customers.Mass-market smart packaging is becoming economically viable.

Flexible electronic circuits: bend it, shape it, any way you want it
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Flexible electronic circuits: bend it, shape it, any way you want it

ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY. The potential applications of thin, flexible electronic circuits are tantalising, but will researchers find their ambitions lie outside the laws of physics? Caroline Hayes investigates.

Cheers! Flexible electronics smartens up packaging
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Cheers! Flexible electronics smartens up packaging

ELECTRONIC SPECIFIER. A smart beer label is not necessarily one that tells you when you have had enough, but one that can use push marketing to prompt drinkers to collect money off vouchers, via a smart label.

California expo wowed by Cambridge electronics revolutionary
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California expo wowed by Cambridge electronics revolutionary

BUSINESS WEEKLY. Cambridge UK flexible electronics trailblazer PragmatIC is going down a storm in Santa Clara for its role in revolutionising a key aspect of the Internet of Things.

What happened to the promise of NFC in smart packaging?
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What happened to the promise of NFC in smart packaging?

LABELS & LABELING. Gillian Ewers, VP Marketing PragmatIC, believes we're not far from a price revolution in NFC (Near Field Communication) and widespread adoption of this technology for smart packaging.

CIC more than doubles investment in Cambridge innovators
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CIC more than doubles investment in Cambridge innovators

BUSINESS WEEKLY. Cambridge Innovation Capital packed on the power with a huge swell of investments, more than doubling its financial input in science & technology companies in the UK and Europe’s top cluster.

Scott White of PragmatIC on the new electronics that will transform everyday items
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Scott White of PragmatIC on the new electronics that will transform everyday items

CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT. For the last 50 years, silicon has dominated electronics. But now there’s a new player in town – and its products will be counted in the billions. We find out more from Scott White, chief executive officer at PragmatIC.

The Future Planet Blog: Best minds, Brilliant ideas - Scott White
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The Future Planet Blog: Best minds, Brilliant ideas - Scott White

FUTURE PLANET CAPITAL. Scott White knows a thing or two about the long haul. The serial entrepreneur also harbours a passion for ultra distance running, his most recent achievement being a 105 mile race in the mountains of northern England.

Killer 50 list - the hottest disruptive technology companies
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Killer 50 list - the hottest disruptive technology companies

BUSINESS WEEKLY. PragmatIC makes the Business Weekly Killer 50 list as one of the hottest disruptive technology companies in the East of England. Its technology enables integrated circuits thinner than a human hair to be easily embedded, introducing interactivity into everyday items.

ARM on Printed Electronics  - Opens up a whole new world of computing
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ARM on Printed Electronics - Opens up a whole new world of computing

PRINTED ELECTRONICS WORLD. According to ARM, the new design freedom given by the PragmatIC technology on plastic substrates opens up a whole load of applications that you cannot access with today's technology.  

Cheap and ultraslim circuits could make the Internet of Things a reality
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Cheap and ultraslim circuits could make the Internet of Things a reality

THE GUARDIAN. From FMCGs, medicine to legal documents, small ultra low cost flexible integrated circuits promise to revolutionise how we interact with everyday objects, making the Internet of Things a reality.