Stolen Equipment Initiative

May 2001
Logistics & Transport Focus;May2001, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p8
Trade Publication
The Flying Null company, the inventor of magnetic tagging technologies, has announced the release of what it believes is the thinnest, remotely readable, non-line of sight smart tagging system in the world. Developed from the company's existing Electro Magnetic Identification technology, the new tags offer users greater flexibility when choosing where to apply tags to packaging and products in the production process. The hot foil stamped tags can be laminated, embedded, applied directly to the surface, over printed or even form part of the final packaging design. Developed for brand protection, or document security, the transfer tags provide high security levels to each item with a permanent identification system which can be read remotely.


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