Enfucell SoftBattery® powers Identiv's smart temperature sensor solution for the Internet of Things
Identiv, Inc. (NASDAQ: INVE) has announced the launch of the next generation of its uTrust Sense Temperature Tracker, a low-cost, portable, powered smart sensor that tracks and stores temperature readings. In addition to its low cost and small form factor, it can be read by any near field communication (NFC) reader, such as a mobile phone, and uploaded to the Internet for analytic purposes. A smart sensor for the Internet of Things (IoT) market, Identiv’s uTrust Sense Temperature Tracker empowers businesses in a broad range of markets, including cold chain and healthcare, by providing low-cost temperature monitoring for virtually anything.
Identiv’s innovative uTrust Sense Temperature Tracker solution addresses the critical needs for applications that are temperature conscious. As a turnkey solution for the IoT market, the combined temperature tag, mobile application, and cloud service delivers a unique platform to manage an entire population of NFC smart tags, measuring and storing precise temperature readings at any time, as well as performing cloud-based analytics and remediation to guarantee the control and integrity of goods. Use cases include monitoring and tracking of temperature-sensitive products for cold chain applications, medical products and pharmaceutical logistics, and other fragile goods, including items such as fresh fish, wine, blood, vaccines, flowers, and more. This innovative solution is the result of a partnership between NXP® Semiconductors, Syntel, Enfucell, and Identiv.
“Enfucell is thrilled to see our thin and flexible SoftBattery® contributing to remarkable improvements in the logistics of pharmaceuticals and other perishable goods,” said Dr. Markku Ellilä, Enfucell CEO.
Identiv’s press release can be found at:
Enfucell Oy is a technology company located in Vantaa, Finland. Enfucell has developed a printable, thin, flexible, and eco-friendly SoftBattery®, which can be used as a power source in various Internet of Things and wearable electronics products and applications. The company was started in 2002, and employs about 10 people. Find out more at www.enfucell.com.
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