Driving digitisation forward in hospitals requires product solutions based on RFID technology. Schreiner MediPharm (Oberschleißheim, Germany) supports this trend with a product evolution and equips its tamper-evident specialty label “Cap-Lock” with an RFID inlay. The security concept for prefilled syringes consisting of a label and cap adapter now also enables automated inventory and supply chain management as well as digital first-opening indication. Cap-Lock plus RFID thus offers efficient and reliable product authentication and enhances patient safety.
Due to the ongoing uncertainty due to Covid-19, the innoLAE 2021 Conference and supporting events will be held online, on the same dates as previously announced: 23-25 February 2021. The conference will be delivered live online and attendees will be able to engage with the presenters, sponsors, exhibitors, poster presenters and other attendees during the event.
Imec, a leading research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technologies and CMST (an imec-affiliated research group at Ghent University), together with their partners at the Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria Fundación Jiménez Díaz (Madrid, Spain) and Holst Centre (an open innovation initiative from imec and TNO, The Netherlands), recently presented an artificial iris embedded in a smart contact lens.