MagID spins off as MagVision

MagID, the new track&trace technology backed by Horizon 2020 funding from the European Commission, has spun off from Inspectron as an independent start-up. MagVision will formally launch at Identity Week 2021, opening this week at London Excel. MagID, which sits between visual barcodes and RFID, and used barcodes printed in magnetic ink, has gained traction as an innovative technology which can play a key role in identification, authentication, track&trace and brand protection. The marks are covert and can uniquely identify secure documents, labels or packaging. In addition, MagID provides an environmentally sustainable alternative to RFID or NFC tags, in a very cost-effective way. Since it was initially unveiled in 2020, MagID is being tested for different applications with several partners in the UK, Mexico and India. MagVision continues to seek funding to enhance the technology and develop new platforms. “MagVision is an exciting new venture that will bring covert, sustainable track&trace within reach of many,” said Dr Nathalie Muller, Head of Innovation, MagVision.
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MagID, the new track&trace technology backed by Horizon 2020 funding from the European Commission, has spun off from Inspectron as an independent start-up.

PCIAW® Trusted Member MagVision formally launched at Identity Week 2021 at London Excel.

MagID, which sits between visual barcodes and RFID, and used barcodes printed in magnetic ink, has gained traction as an innovative technology which can play a key role in identification, authentication, track&trace and brand protection. The marks are covert and can uniquely identify secure documents, labels or packaging. In addition, MagID provides an environmentally sustainable alternative to RFID or NFC tags, in a very cost-effective way.

Since it was initially unveiled in 2020, MagID is being tested for different applications with several partners in the UK, Mexico and India. MagVision continues to seek funding to enhance the technology and develop new platforms.

“MagVision is an exciting new venture that will bring covert, sustainable track&trace within reach of many,” said Dr Nathalie Muller, Head of Innovation, MagVision.

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