Xerox develops printed memory labels

Xerox has developed two printed electronic labels that can collect and store information about the authenticity and condition of products. The basic label can hold up to 36 bits of rewritable memory which can store up to 68 billion points of data. The labels, for example, can be used to determine if a product is genuine and to track how it’s been handled during distribution. Continue reading “Xerox develops printed memory labels”

Agfa designs security plug-in

Agfa has developed a new plug-in for Adobe Illustrator, Arziro, for security printing applications. It’s heavily based on Agfa’s Fortuna program, which is a standalone solution for security printers. Arziro Design can create very complex, security patterns in seconds for general-security print applications. It is even possible to ‘enrich’ existing creations with security design elements from Arziro or to modify the Arziro creations by altering the pre-defined design parameters in the plug-in. Continue reading “Agfa designs security plug-in”