The hottest new technology for trademark protectio

2022-09-19
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Trademark protection new technology

trademark theft has had an impact on almost all aspects of our daily life, and the number of illegal copies is constantly increasing. In 2003, the market value of counterfeit products confiscated by German Customs alone reached 178 million euros, an increase of 134% over the previous year. According to the German anti piracy Association, such counterfeiting activities destroy as many as 70000 jobs in Germany every year and hundreds of thousands around the world. These statistics underscore the fact that action must be taken and that packaging workers can make a greater contribution to it

1. Cheap and reliable CI imaging a few days ago, starboardtechnolosies company in Israel developed a cheap and reliable new technology using encrypted two-dimensional and three-dimensional images as anti-counterfeiting marks. This part gb1040 ⑵ 006 is used for dumbbell (type I-V), rod and tubular sample types. These images are invisible to the naked eye, but can be seen through a special decoding lens. This image can be added by one of various printing processes, including offset printing, gravure printing and flexographic printing. Before normal prepress processing, special software is used to process the documents provided by customers. In this process, pixels and line segments are subtly processed, so that the information embedded in the image will not be seen by the naked eye. Even if these "hidden images" can be copied or decoded, they are extremely difficult and expensive. Even if they are successfully copied and decoded, they can still be identified. Because the scanner can only capture visible images, but can't get encoded data, one of the major advantages of this technology is that a relatively high-precision experimental force is generated at the indenter to act on the decoding lens required for workpiece certification. It doesn't need power supply, nor does it need to design its control system. It needs special chemical methods -- it is a specially prepared image for special programming, It's just like that the processing cooperates with each other. One key only adapts to one lock

2. DNA marking and optical nano stamp a German company identiffechnologies has developed two other anti-counterfeiting processes. One is molecular fingerprint recognition based on synthetic DNA. It is another type of "lock and key" that provides advanced protection. It can generate special codes of customers between the 12th power of 10 and the 16th power of 10, and directly print them on folding cartons or other products. The second process is advanced anti-counterfeiting marking with optical nano code. This method is to equip the package with a label tamper proof stamp, which is composed of a radiation layer, an isolation film and a metal layer containing nanoparticles. The process uses more than 15 parameters for encryption, and similar elements such as company logo can also be added

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