News (IoT)

EVRYTHNG is set to revolutionise consumer products with the Internet of Things (photo: EVRYTHNG)

EVRYTHNG named technology pioneer by World Economic Forum

EVRYTHNG (New York City, New York and London, UK), a leading internet of things data management platform for consumer products, was selected among hundreds of candidates as one of the World Economic Forum’s “technology pioneers.” The fusing of physical and digital is a primary force of the Fourth Industrial Revolution which is transforming the world around us. EVRYTHNG aims to be at the forefront of this revolution, creating a new real-time knowledge network with data collected from individual consumer product items, throughout each product’s life-cycle. Consumer product manufacturers around the world, including Coca Cola, Unilever, LVMH and Diageo, are using the EVRYTHNG platform to manage trusted information and apply real-time intelligence to hundreds of millions of products — protecting brand integrity in the supply chain with visibility and pre-emptive intelligence, and connecting directly with end-customers to build brand relationships.


CPI encourages companies to access new markets with printed electronics (photo: CPI)

CPI: Funding and support available for manufacturing with printed and flexible electronic technologies

The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI), a UK-based technology innovation provider for process manufacturing, presents itself as a key partner in supporting the latest phase of a project encouraging innovative companies to access new markets with printed electronics.


An E Ink Spectra display solution (photo: E Ink)

E Ink and SES-imagotag announce strategic collaboration in the retail IoT market

E Ink Holdings (Billerica, Massachusetts), a leading innovator of electronic ink technology, and SES-imagotag, a leader in digital price tags, announced a strategic collaboration to accelerate and expand their common growth objectives in the retail Internet of Things (IoT) market. As part of this strategic collaboration, E Ink has agreed to complete a €26M investment in SES-imagotag in the form of a capital increase of SES-imagotag.


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