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Disposable RFID for Tracking Paper
Swedish company Cypak has received $4 million in funding to develop its disposable RFID tag technology.
Aug 23, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
August 23, 2004—On the heels of last week's news regarding NEC's contract with a Japanese bank to RFID tag financial documents, news comes this week of a Swedish company called Cypak receiving the equivalent of $4 million in funding from the Swedish Industrial Development Fund to develop a similar technology: RFID security tags so cheap that they can be implanted in paper and other disposable materials. The company has already landed a number of clients, including paper giant MeadWestvaco.
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