One sure sign that printed electronics and RFID opportunities are growing is that more colleges and universities are supporting the high-tech fields. Cal Poly, for example, plans to add a new master's program in printed electronics in 2013, which would mark the renowned institution's first...
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- Leave the store with a stolen product. The system also sets off store exit security alarms, notifying security and providing the ability to easily identify and trace the stolen product;
- Remove the product from its package (to conceal the stolen item);
- Tamper with the package, product, or security device.
MWV selected Vor-ink after extensive testing demonstrated Vor-ink’s high conductivity and exceptional flexibility. It was developed by MWV and Vorbeck Materials using the MWV Exchange, MWV’s Web-based open innovation portal. Siren technology is the world’s first consumer product to use graphene. Currently in the last stages of regionalized field tests, Natralock with Siren Technology is expected to appear in select retail stores in 2012.