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市場調查報告書

連網型包裝&標籤和IoT

'Connected' Packaging & Labels and The Internet of Things

出版商 Vandagraf International Limited 商品編碼 592432
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 Vol I - 107 Pages; Vol II - 268 Pages
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連網型包裝&標籤和IoT 'Connected' Packaging & Labels and The Internet of Things
出版日期: 2017年03月31日 內容資訊: 英文 Vol I - 107 Pages; Vol II - 268 Pages
簡介

本報告提供IoT和連網型包裝&標籤的市場調查,IoT概要及技術趨勢,連網型包裝&標籤的用途、終端用戶產業、引進案例、產品案例,IoT感測器平台及各種連網型產品的市場規模的變化與預測,各種經營者的市場機會分析等彙整資料。

第1卷

簡介

PARTI:IoT - 技術概要、趨勢

  • IoT & 連網型包裝&標籤
  • IoT感測器平台
  • 光學編碼 vs RFID / NFC IoT平台
  • 巨量資料:概要
  • 資料分析:概要

PARTII:連網型包裝&標籤的用途

  • IoT感測器平台包裝/標籤的用途
  • 消費者參與度 & 行動行銷
  • 物流追蹤/ 大規模序列化
  • 零售庫存管理:UHF RFID
  • 品牌保護 & 產品認證
  • 防拆封
  • EAS:盜竊防止
  • 地理定位為基礎的資料/ GPS
  • 產品品質保證:感測器
  • 其他

第2卷

簡介

Part III:終端用戶產業分析 - 市場規模、成長預測

  • 連網型包裝&標籤市場分析
  • 醫藥品&醫療保健:連網型包裝的市場機會
  • 葡萄酒、蒸餾酒:連網型包裝的市場機會
  • 美容產品:連網型包裝的市場機會
  • 高級飾品:連網型包裝的市場機會
  • 食品:連網型包裝&標籤的市場機會
  • 香煙:連網型包裝的市場機會
  • 其他:連網型包裝&標籤的市場機會

PARTIV:事業機會、市場預測

  • 簡介
  • TAM預測:連網型包裝&標籤的IoT感測器平台
  • IoT感測器平台供應商的市場機會
  • 包裝&標籤供應商的市場機會
  • 品牌所有者&零售業者的市場機會

附錄

  • RFID/NFC IoT感測器平台&系統的資料安全上的課題
  • 技術供應商的簡介
  • 近幾年的政府支援開發計劃
  • 用語
  • 關於VANDAGRAF INTERNATIONAL LIMITED
目錄

In an ideal World, one may envisage the widespread use of a single IoT platform (radio-electronic devices) embedded in item level packaging / labels that can perform a broad range of functions to provide multiple benefits.

Thus providing multiple potential revenue & value streams for brand owners and also retailers. By factoring in multiple benefits, the business case (ROI) for adopting such devices can become much more robust & compelling for brand owners.

And this has the potential to create a 'virtuous circle' of benefits with additional economies of scale & falling device costs leading to snow-balling sales volumes of such 'radio-electronic' devices.

Key Drivers - Convergence of Major Technologies - Tipping Point

Recent technology developments have been resulting in a marked uplift in the industry's prospects of radio / electronic 'gateway' devices.

Although the concept is not entirely new, cost effectiveness is now set to become a realistic prospect and a major 'tipping point' in the overall viability of this concept is fast approaching. The scene is now set to open up a treasure trove of multiple value-added functionalities & benefits, driven by:

  • The growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) enabled item level packaging & labels with unique IDs that can open direct 'Gateways' to the Internet is gathering momentum. And this is opening up a whole raft of interactive possibilities for brand owners & retailers as well as consumers
  • The reality & prospects of substantially lower unit cost 'radio-electronic' devices thanks to the imminent commercialisation of printed electronics is set to bring huge changes across the industry (some estimates see an 80% reduction in cost per IoT platform (radio-electronic device) for on-pack / on-label applications
  • New generation dual frequency 'combi' inlays (NFC + UHF) which enable 'radio-electronic' devices to meet both short and long range read requirements. This will dramatically increases the number of functionalities that can be achieved with a single on-label 'radio-electronic' device
  • Such inlays will be smart phone readable as well as by dedicated mobile readers and static readers (e.g.: tunnel readers). This is fast becoming a commercial reality with several major device providers launching such devices. The viability of NFC enabled smart phones to read NFC tags already well established today. And current development work will soon make viable UHF enabled smart phones to read UHF RFID tags. This will of course yet further reinforce the already powerful multi-functionality business case.
  • All this is under-pinned by Big Data & Analytics with all the benefits that this capability brings.

An Achievable Goal - Still Needs Additional Investment in R&D

As the major players in the electronics industry re-examine the scale of the emerging opportunity, then this can lead to the justification of the additional investment in R&D that is required.

And this should become the cornerstone for a game-changing opportunity for:

  • Solution providers (RFID inlay makers, as well as hardware & software developers)
  • Packaging & Label industries
  • Brand owners & Retailers
  • Other ........

Increasingly this is looking like an achievable goal - Provided that sufficient capital investment is made by the device providers in the next few years. We believe it is primarily a matter of commitment and investment by the industry - There are no fundamental barriers due to the 'physics' as such.

Widespread adoption of 'radio-electronic' devices embedded in packaging or labels will offer such enormous benefits further on down the road that this technology will be embraced by brand owners offering premium and safety critical products.

A Central Role for Packaging / Labels Converters

Opportunities for the Packaging / Labels industry:

  • Direct contact with Brand owners on a daily basis
  • Item Level Security Device Carriers - consumer products / pharma / other
  • Ideal carrier for brand protection & other kinds of security devices & codes - Track & Trace

A change of emphasis may be required - Pure play packaging / labels converters should think about broadening their offering in order to become more aligned as:

'Data Management Service Providers' (big data management / analytics).

Structure of the Report

For ease of navigation this comprehensive 300+ page Report has been divided into 4 Parts as follows:

  • Executive Summary
  • Volume 1 - Part I - Internet of Things (IoT) - Technology Overview & Trends
    • Part II - Applications Areas for Connected Packaging & Labels Functionalities
  • Volume 2 - Part III - Analysis of End User Vertical Markets - Early Adopters & Followers
    • Part IV - Summary of Market Sizing & Forecasts
    • Appendices.

Part I - Internet of Things (IoT) - Technology Overview & Trends

Introductory sections with some historical background, scope & definitions. Key vertical markets are listed:

  • Early Adopters
  • Followers

(see also Volume 2 - Part III).

The significance of read range capabilities is introduced in the context of maximising multi-functionality capabilities which lead to dual frequency 'combi' devices - Both aspects are explored in the this part of the report.

Competing technologies - Alternative devices that provide:

  • Unique ID
  • Gateways to the Internet.

Specifically Optical codes vs RFID / NFC IoT platforms

The concept of the emerging Internet of Things (IoT) is addressed with a Technology Overview & Trends identified.

Types of IoT Sensor Platforms - Covers the various types of radio-electronic devices covered by the report including:

  • NFC
  • Crypto secure RFID / NFC tags
  • NFC Tap technology
  • NFC-base Time / Temperature IoT Sensor Platforms
  • Secure RF-LIME Tag™
  • UHF sensor platforms
  • Combination NFC / UHF sensor platforms
  • Other multi-functional IoT sensor platforms

Other topics covered include:

  • Printed Electronics - The key to lower unit costs to open up the market
  • Big Data & Analytics.

So to summarise:

  • Factors & trends driving demand for Connected Packaging / Labels by brand owners, retailers & consumers
  • What devices will be deployed to make consumer packaged goods 'IoT' ready
  • Enabling technology requirements

Part II - Applications Areas for Connected Packaging & Labels

It is believed that multi-functionality will be the key to opening up the market for such on-pack / on-label IoT Sensor Platforms (radio-electronic devices).

This section of the report examines individually each of the functionalities that has been identified:

Multi-functionality is the Key - IoT Sensor Platforms

The primary focus of the Report is how the Retail Internet of Things (IoT) is driving interactivity at various levels - and the interesting & valuable applications that are available in relation to Connected Packaging / Labels, including the following functionalities:

  • Consumer Engagement & Mobile Marketing on a number of levels
  • The Retail Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Track & Trace / Mass Serialisation (*)
  • Retail Inventory Management - (UHF)
  • Brand Protection & Product Authentication (incl. registration of product guarantee at POS)
  • Tamper Evidence
  • EAS - Anti Theft
  • Location Based Data / GPS
  • Product Quality - Sensors (**)
  • Other Types of Function (e.g.: Pharmaceuticals clinical trials, Tax Stamps)
  • And more functionalities will emerge......................

(*) e.g.: Pedigree type legislation likely to become mandatory in the near future (e.g.: The EU Falsified Medicines Directive and other legislation worldwide)

(**) Based on sensor capability - Detecting changes that take place to or around the packaged product - e.g.: Time / temperature, moisture content, gas ingress / egress).

And more functions and applications will undoubtedly become realisable in the near future - All under-pinned by the power of Big Data & Analytics.

Read Range Considerations & Types of Application - RFID / NFC

A mix of 'long range' & short 'range' capabilities is required to harness the full range of the 'multiple' functions as previously listed.

There are 3 principle variants of RFID that are relevant to 'on-pack / on-label' functions.

  • Short Range / NFC - Proximity (up to 20cm) - HF
  • Long Range - Vicinity - HF (high frequency) and UHF (ultra-high frequency) (20cm to 1m)
  • Extended Range - Allows tag to reader communications of up to and beyond 10 metres.

An interesting approach can be dual frequency 'Combi' type devices.

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Part III - Analysis of Vertical Markets - Early Adopters / Followers

In the course of the research for this report, a number of vertical markets have been identified as 'Early Adopters' based on the authors industry knowledge and backed up with many examples and case studies. In a addition a second wave of Follower vertical markets has been identified, as shown below:

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Footnote : Beyond the report time-horizon of 2026, by which time the unit price of such IoT platform devices will have fallen substantially, it is envisaged that additional vertical markets are likely to also start becoming adopters of radio-electronic IoT platforms, including major industries such as: Electronics, household products, agrochemicals, automotive, sporting goods ................) thus greatly further expanding the total market TAM.

Part IV - Summary of Market Sizing & Forecasts

This section of the report contains detailed analysis of market sizing based on estimates for 2016 and forecasts for 5 (2021) and ten (2026) year periods.

The overview Tables are based on the following template:

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In addition in the body of the main report these markets have been segmented according to various other different criteria, including:

  • Vertical markets (Early Adopters / Follows / Third generation adopters)
  • Premium / Standard products
  • With / without sensing capabilities
  • Single frequency NFC / Dual Frequency 'Combi' devices.

Also in Part IV - Analysis of Business Opportunities for:

  • Providers of:
  • IoT Sensor Platforms (radio-electronic devices)
  • Connected RFID / NFC Packaging / Labels (*)
  • Potential users of IoT Sensor Platforms (radio-electronic devices):
  • Brand Owners
  • Retailers.

(*) To date it has been primarily label providers that have been at the forefront of development of solutions based on NFC & UHF RFID radio-electronic devices, although there a few examples of packaging and packaging component (eg: closures) that have been trying to develop solutions, so far without commercialisation, but the situation may evolve in time

The supply side value added chain for labels providers in particular is interesting, with various options being viable. For example the degree of integration between the various players in the value chain:

  • RFID / NFC chip makers
  • Antenna production (traditional or printed with conductive Inks)
  • RFID inlay assembly & fabrication
  • Integration of RFID Inlays
  • Self-adhesive label substrate laminators
  • Label printers

These aspects are examined in the report.

In addition opportunities have been identified in:

  • Conductive inks development & manufacture
  • Printed electronics - in the first instance printed antennas with traditional silicon chips and then 100% printed electronics devices in the future

And then there is the question of adapting traditional printing presses to printed electronic components with conductive inks.

Finally there are also increasingly compelling & powerful economic and performance benefits that are becoming available to brand owners & retailers - These are the companies that need to be convinced in relation to business cases being offered and resulting ROI - Which we believe are on-track to be greatly enhanced as outlined earlier in this document

Scope - Enabling IoT Sensor Platforms & Other Technologies

In the context of this Report, the term 'radio-electronic devices' covers various types of IoT sensor platforms that can provide connectivity:

  • Chip-based Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Devices
  • Near Field Communication (NFC) & Smart Phone Readable
  • Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) RFID Chip-based Tags
  • Combination NFC / UHF Devices
  • Hybrid multi-functional RFID / EAS
  • Printed Electronics Components & Devices: these promise cheaper memory & logic for fully printable, ultra-low cost RFID devices
  • Touch-activated Devices: for use on smart phones with touch screens.

Competing Technologies - Radio-Electronic vs. Optical Platforms

As previously stated the focus of this report are radio-electronic IoT platforms:

Electronic

  • NFC / RFID
  • Printed Touchcodes - Electronic but not radio

There are also optically readable codes (primarily printed and also etched, engraved, embossed) that can also deliver a degree of connectivity:

Optical

  • Linear barcodes
  • 2D / QR codes
  • Digital watermarks
  • Image recognition (eg: Augmented Reality)
  • Other types of covert marking
  • Human readable alphanumeric codes.

Such optical platforms have traditionally been used primarily for straightforward product marking. But unique IDs can also be achieved by means of digital printing technology (monochrome or full colour). Printed codes can also provide 'gateways' to the internet (eg: Via smartphone camera).

But here 'interactivity' with packs is more limited and such devices cannot operate as true 'sensor platforms', as they are 'static' in the sense that when encoded and applied to the product, often as a label, they lack the ability to be changed by external events, such as tampering or a registering a temperature change.

With radio-electronic approach (albeit with additional electronic components - eg: Sensor, power source, processor, memory) a product quality assurance capability can be realised (sensing changes that take place to or around the packaged product - e.g.: Time / temperature, moisture content, gas

Abstract: Connected Packaging & Labels; March 2017 ingress / egress) can be achieved with Time / Temp loggers that can record and store the time / temp profile of a product's environment all along the supply chain. While with optical printed solutions only a simple binary time /temperature or environmental change type indicator can be created based on passing a threshold - Such devices may be reversible or non-reversible). On the plus side the incremental cost of printing a code on to a pack / label is close to zero, in marked contrast to radio electronic IoT platforms, which involve significant unit costs - Still a major obstacle to wider adoption by brands. The near zero incremental printing costs can certainly be an attractive proposition in mobile consumer engagement applications; especially for People to Pack (P2Pa) connectivity. And a key question can be summarised as:

  • Substitution of co-existence? - This question is also addressed in the report.

Low cost optical approaches may tend to represent an 'entry level' approach to the world of on-label unique IDs and Internet 'gateway' access. In some cases, optical solutions will probably continue to be deemed good enough by brands for certain lower end products.

In other situations it may be envisaged that the brand owners will become frustrated with the limitations of such optical technologies and decide to 'trade-up' to higher performance, albeit more expensive radio-electronic solutions. So in this regard so-called competing optical solutions may ultimately prove helpful to the cause of the radio-electronic approach.

Footnote:

Some brand owners will adopt radio-electronic solutions for selected product within their portfolios, some will adopt optical solutions, some will migrate from one approach to the other, while some branded pack / labels may carry both types of solution.

But there will still also be plenty of brand owners that will not adopt either approach and will continue to forego the potential benefits of enabled connected packaging for the foreseeable future - Simply continuing as they have in previous years.

Security Considerations

Security is an important and pressing issue for RFID / NFC tags in the context of the IoT (as well as in general), and indeed security and privacy critical for the successful introduction and acceptance of radio-electronic on-label devices.

These devices, sensors and objects are being deployed, having digital identities attributed, and then connected to the Internet in new, different and ever more creative ways. As the usage and volumes of such devices increases, the need for security and privacy becomes a critical factor, both in terms of market adoption and safety.

The Vandagraf Project Team - Synergies

Leading consultants Vandagraf International have been directly involved in the relevant industries for well over a decade. A need for a major study to make sense of this complex and shifting matrix of a marketplace was identified.

To quantify & qualify the market opportunities & challenges, the Vandagraf team has dedicated several months to a programme of interviews, research and analysis to create this in-depth report.

The Vandagraf team comprising two highly experienced Professionals, Brian Weeks PhD and James Bevan MBA have worked closely on this project

The two Vandagraf consultants possess complementary skill-sets and areas of special expertise that has generated substantial positive synergies in the course of this research:

  • Brian Weeks BSc, PhD - Specialist in electronic devices (RFID, NFC, Printed electronics) and related fields
  • James Bevan, Chartered Engineer M. I. Mech. E, MBA - Packaging Industry & branded products professional.

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Brian Weeks BSc, PhD VANDAGRAF - ASSOCIATE CONSULTANT


Brian is a specialist in technology-based innovation and a highly experienced strategic consultant & advisor to premier clients & government organisations.

He has wide experience & practical knowledge of disruptive technologies. This includes RFID-based systems, intelligent packaging, emerging wireless communications technologies, positioning & location systems, Electronic Article Surveillance & anti-counterfeiting technologies. With in-depth knowledge of many different market sectors he creates value through building an understanding of how to exploit emerging technologies & transform business processes.

Having obtained a doctorate in chemistry at Leeds University, he started his career at BP / BP Ventures where he was responsible for exploiting 'in-house' technology & making external investments in technology-based businesses. In 1993 he joined the Centre for Exploitation of Science & Technology (CEST) in London where he managed a major collaborative Knowledge Transfer Programme on intelligent packaging, EAS & RFID. He then helped develop Integrated Product Intelligence into a leading independent consultancy services company specialising in integrated data & security RFID systems.

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James Bevan, Director - Chartered Engineer M. I. Mech. E, MBA. VANDAGRAF - DIRECTOR


James Bevan founded Consultancy Group Vandagraf International Limited in 2002. Areas of special competence of the group include: Connected & Smart Packaging / Labels, brand protection / anti-counterfeit, supply chain logistics / RFID / NFC.

He has more than 35 years of experience based around the packaging and labeling of branded products, of which some 25 years involved being actively engaged in international consultancy projects.

He has directed and participated in the research, analysis and writing of numerous single client consultancy assignments with major companies over the years.

Prior to Vandagraf he worked for several years with Labels & Labeling Consultancy in the UK. And before that 15 years work experience based in Geneva Switzerland. First with the Battelle Memorial Institute for serval years then as an independent consultant carrying out various assignments for major companies based in the region including Philip Morris, Nestle, Tetra Pak and others.

This was followed by a three year interim management assignment as European Packaging Manager with Energizer / Eveready, also in Geneva.

He started his career with the Metal Box Company in London as an engineering graduate in 1974, having previously taken his BSc. (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Southampton. He moved on from Metal Box after seven years to complete an MBA at INSEAD in France.

Table of Contents

Volume 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction

  • Some Historical Background
  • Connected & Smart Packaging & Labels
  • Aim of the Report
  • Structure of the Report
  • Report Scope
  • Report Scope - Enabling IoT Sensor Platforms & Other Technologies
  • Report Scope - Market Opportunities - Early Adopters & Followers
  • Report Scope - Packaging & Label Functions - IoT Sensor Platforms
  • Competing Optical Technology Platforms
  • Read Range Considerations & Types of Application - RFID / NFC
  • Security Considerations

Part I Internet of Things (IoT) - Technology Overview & Trends

  • 1.1 The IoT & Connected Packaging / Labels
    • 1.1.1 Business Value - IoT Solutions
    • 1.1.2 IoT Connectivity & Intrinsic Authentication
    • 1.1.3 IoT Platforms & Big Data
    • 1.1.4 The Insatiable Market Demand for Data
    • 1.1.4.1 Intrinsic ID Layer
    • 1.1.4.2 On-Pack IoT Platform Layer
    • 1.1.4.3 Off-Pack Cloud Layer
    • 1.1.5 The Retail IoT
  • 1.2 IoT Sensor Platforms
    • 1.2.1 Near Field Communication (NFC) IoT Sensor Platforms
    • Crypto RFID / NFC Tags - Secure / Unclonable
    • NFC 'Tap' Technology - Connecting to Additional Online Content
    • Apple iOS Devices vs Android
    • NFC-based Time Temperature IoT Sensor Platforms
    • SecureRF - LIME Tag™ - Group Theoretic Cryptographic Engine - Veridify™
    • 1.2.2. Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) RFID Chip-based Sensor Platforms
    • 1.2.3. Combination NFC / UHF Sensor Platforms
    • ElectroMarin (EM) - Swatch - EM4423 Dual UHF / NFC chip
    • Huayuan
    • Smartrac - Web DF Inlays
    • eAgile Inc. - Dual Wing
    • 1.2.4. Other Multi-Functional IoT Sensor Platforms
    • 1.2.5. The Printed Electronic Promise for Low Cost IoT Sensor Platforms
    • Printed Electronics - Types of Application
    • Massive Savings set to Trigger Long Awaited 'Tipping Point' in the Market
    • Moore's Law - The IoT for Everyday Objects - Including Packaging / Labels
    • IoT Sensor Platform Cost Breakdown - Conventional versus Printed Electronics
    • Printed Electronics - Processes, Technologies & Substrates
    • 1.2.6. Read Range Considerations & Types of Application
    • Fields of Application - Short, Long & Extended Range RFID
  • 1.3. Optical Codes vs RFID / NFC IoT Platforms
    • 1.3.1. Substitution or Co-existence - Radio-electronic vs Optical
    • 1.3.2. Radio / Electronic vs. Optical Platforms - Technology Options
    • 1.3.3. Print Quality Requirements for 2D / QR Codes
    • 1.3.4. Digital Watermarking Embedded in Print
    • 1.3.5. Mass Customisation / Mass Serialisation & Encryption
    • 1.3.6. Digital Printing - The Key to Printing Unique IDs on Packaging / Labels
  • 1.4. Big Data - An Overview
    • 1.4.1. Global Data Storage Capacity Requirements
    • 1.4.2. Main Components of a Big Data Ecosystem
    • 1.4.3. Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT) - Working Together
    • 1.4.4. Big Data in Retail
    • 1.4.5. Big Data in Healthcare
  • 1.5. Data Analytics - An Overview
    • 1.5.1. Unstructured Data Types
    • 1.5.2. Using Analytics for the Optimization of Marketing
    • 1.5.3. Digital Analytics
    • 1.5.4. Analytics - Some Potential Dangers

Part II Applications Areas for Connected Packaging & Labels In an Ideal World?

  • 2.1. Packaging/Label Applications for IoT Sensor Platforms
    • Sensor Function - An Exception
  • 2.2. Consumer Engagement & Mobile Marketing
    • 2.2.1. The Toolbox for Consumer Engagement & Mobile Marketing
    • 2.2.2 Interactive Experiences, Content, Triggering Mechanisms & Codes
    • 2.2.3 Innovations in Interactive Consumer Engagement & Mobile Marketing
    • Digital Coupons for Mobile
    • In-Game Mobile Marketing
    • Analytics & Metrics - Measuring the Effectiveness of Mobile Marketing
    • Measuring Response Rate Metrics
    • Aligning Consumer Engagement & Mobile Marketing with Social Media
    • Consumer Engagement with an Iterative Feedback Loop
    • Trends in Social Media Marketing
    • Emerging Functionality in Omni-channel Management & Distribution
    • Implementation of an Omni-Channel Distribution System with RFID
    • Omni-Channel Focus
    • Bricks & Mortar Stores - Responding to the Online Threat
    • Options for Retailers
    • New Generation Retail Technology
    • Smartphones - A Key Role to Play in the Future of Retail
  • 2.3. Track & Trace / Mass Serialisation
    • 2.3.1. Methods of Reading Serialisation Numbers
    • Serialisation versus Randomisation
    • Encryption
    • Random Encrypted Numbers - No Database Required
    • 2D Barcode Serialisation Systems
    • 'Real Estate' Limitations
    • Invisible Barcodes
    • 2.3.2. Trends - Track & Trace / Mass Serialisation / Coding
    • Types of Track & Trace / Mass Serialisation / Coding Systems
    • Requirements for Mass Serialisation
    • 2.3.3. Digital Printing is set to Transform Mass Serialisation
    • Digital Printing (Black & White / Full Colour) & Mass Serialisation
    • Digital Printing - Features that can be generated
    • Analysis of Track & Trace Products Used for Authentication and Identification
    • 2.3.4. Product Serialisation & Traceability Mandates - Pharmaceuticals
    • Case Study - The EU Falsified Medicines Directive
    • Technology Issues - Carriers of Serialisation - Printed codes vs NFC
    • 2.3.5 Product Recall Management
  • 2.4. Retail Inventory Management - UHF RFID
    • 2.4.1. Large Apparel Retailers, Wholesalers See Sharp Rise in RFID Adoption, ROI
    • 2.4.2. Primarily UHF for Apparel Applications
    • Case Study - Zara - Fast Fashion - Huge RFID Rollout in Retail Stores
    • Case Study - UK Retailer Marks & Spencer extends RFID to Full Range of Products
    • Form Factors for NFC / RFID Device Carriers - Apparel
    • Woven Labels with Integrated RFID and / or EAS Tags
  • 2.5. Brand Protection & Product Authentication
    • 2.5.1. Multiple Points of Entry to Supply Chains
    • 2.5.2. RFID for Authentication Exists
    • 2.5.3. Smartphone Enabled Brand Protection
    • 2.5.4. Consumer Enabled Product Authentication with Smartphone
    • Multiple Readings of a Single Code
    • 2.5.5 Some Other types of Product Crime
    • Parallel Trading, Grey Markets and Diversion
    • Unauthorised Distribution, Back Door Trading and Over-runs
    • Returns & Warranty Fraud
  • 2.6. Tamper Evidence
    • 2.6.1. Types of Tampering
    • Food Tampering
    • Dilution, Substitution Refilling & Re-marking
    • 2.6.2. Tamper Evident Packaging
    • Case Study - Tamper Evident & Non-refillable Closures with NFC
    • Development of Cost-Effective Electronic Tamper Evidence in Packaging
  • 2.7. EAS - Anti Theft
    • 2.7.1. EAS as an Integrated Function Embedded in an RFID Tag
    • Case Study - Combined RFID / EAS Tags - Decathlon & River Island
  • 2.8. Location Based Data / GPS
    • 2.8.1. Location Based Mobile Proximity Marketing
    • Location Based Data Gathering in Outlet Stores & Shopping Malls
    • 2.8.2. Location Based Data Analytics for Brand Protection - Digital Watermarking
    • 2.8.3. Location Based Data Analytics in the Supply Chain & Stock Control
  • 2.9. Product Quality Assurance - Sensors
    • 2.9.1. Sensors & Actuators for Product Quality
    • 2.9.2. A Clear Need for Suitable Low Cost Sensors - A Barrier to Progress
    • 2.9.3. Smart / Intelligent Labels
    • 2.9.4. Freshness - Shelf-Life
    • 2.9.5. Extending Shelf Life with Connected Packaging / Labels
    • 2.9.6. Product Quality Indicators
    • Forecast Evolution of Date Code Technologies
    • Time Temperature Indicators (TTI's) & Monitors
    • Food Quality Indicators (FQIs)
    • Moisture & Oxygen Control
    • Modified Atmosphere Packaging / Modified Humidity Packaging
    • Shock & Vibration Detectors
    • 2.9.7. Cold Chain - An Area of Special Interest
    • RFID Sensor Packaging / Labels in the Cold Chain - Food Sector
  • 2.10. Other Types of Applications
    • 2.10.1. RFID Enabled Patient Care
    • 2.10.2. Digital Tax Stamps

List of Figures - Volume 1

  • Fig 1 IoT Connectivity - Machine to Pack (M2Pa) and People to pack (P2Pa)
  • Fig 2 Technology Roadmap: The Internet of Things
  • Fig 3 The Emergence of 'Intrinsic' Authentication
  • Fig 4 Spectrum of IoT Development Platforms/Applications
  • Fig 5 Connected Packaging: Data Layers & Associated Applications
  • Fig 6 Internationally Agreed Frequency Bands - Main Types of Chip-based RFID Tags
  • Fig 7 Block diagram of SL13A NFC-enabled sensor from ams
  • Fig 8 The Memory Architecture for ISO 18000-6C compliant UHF RFID tags
  • Fig 9 ElectroMarin (EM) - Swatch - EM4423 Dual UHF / NFC chip
  • Fig 10 Shanghai HUAYUAN Company has developed a number of inlays
  • Fig 11 Smartrac's WebDF Inlay
  • Fig 12 eAgile Inc. - Dual Wing
  • Fig 13 Tag Cost Breakdown - Conventional / PragmatIC
  • Fig 14 Digital Label Printing versus Conventional - Cross-over-point
  • Fig 15 Global information storage capacity
  • Fig 16 Av. Daily time spent on desktops and smartphones in the UK
  • Fig 17 More of that time is spent on apps
  • Fig 18 99% of multichannel retailers have a mobile optimised website
  • Fig 19 Steps to Creating, Monitoring & Refining online Interactive Advertising Campaigns - With Feedback Loop
  • Fig 20 Global Serialisation Regulatory Snapshot
  • Fig 21 Examples of linear & 2D barcodes required by the China FDA
  • Fig 22 Improvement in Key Retail Metrics / Before & After RFID Adoption
  • Fig 23 Benefits of RFID - Improved in-store workflow - Zara
  • Fig 24 Item Level (non-EPC) RFID Enabled Hang-Tag Used for Apparel Stock Control
  • Fig 25 Paper Hang Tags with integrated RFID Tag
  • Fig 26 Textrace - Textile Label RFID Solution
  • Fig 27 Multiple Points of Entry to Supply Chains
  • Fig 28 Smartphone Enabled Brand Protection
  • Fig 29 Tamper Evident Technology - Guala Closures
  • Fig 30 Principle of Rupture Control Loop
  • Fig 31 Guala NFC Integrated in Plastic Closures
  • Fig 32 Some examples of combination/dual EAS/RFID tags and labels
  • Fig 33 Another Step in Multi-Functionality - Omni-Channel Management
  • Fig 34 GSSC SI™ Holograms
  • Fig 35 GSSC BrandMark™ secure smartphone-based feature for product authentication and anti-diversion analysis
  • Fig 36 Smart / Intelligent Labels - An Overview

List of Tables - Volume 1

  • Table 1 The Emergence of 'Intrinsic' Authentication
  • Table 2 Typical Components of an IoT Platform
  • Table 3 The Changing Face of Retail
  • Table 4 Retail IoT applications - Types of 'connectivity
  • Table 5 Retail IoT relevant to packaging & labels
  • Table 6 Performance Characteristics of HF RFID Chip-based Tags
  • Table 7 Some Key Attributes of Passive UHF RFID
  • Table 8 Key Performance Characteristics of UHF RFID Chip-based Tags Operating to ISO 18000-6: UHF passive RFID systems for item identification
  • Table 9 Fields of Application / Types of Functionality - Short, Long & Extended Range RFID
  • Table 10 Coding Systems - Radio-Electronic & Optical
  • Table 11 Radio / Electronic vs. Optical Platforms - Technology Options
  • Table 12 The World's Effective Capacity to Exchange Data
  • Table 13 Packaging/Label Applications for IoT Sensor Platforms
  • Table 14 Functionalities by Device Type - Active / Passive radio electronic, Optical
  • Table 15 Types of Additional Content & Interactive Experience
  • Table 16 Some Mobile Marketing Tools
  • Table 17 Analysis of Track & Trace Products Used for Authentication and Identification

Volume 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction

  • Aim of the Report
  • Structure of the Report

Part III - Analysis of End User Vertical Markets, Market Sizing & Forecasts to 2016 & 2026

  • 2.1. Analysis of Markets for Connected Packaging & Labels
    • 2.1.1. Early Adopter Markets
    • Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare
    • Wines & Spirits
    • Beauty Products - Fragrances & Cosmetics
    • Luxury Accessories
    • Food
    • Additional Product Categories within the Early Adopter Vertical Markets
    • Tobacco
    • 2.1.2. Follower Vertical Markets
    • Designer Apparel
    • Toys & Games
    • The Next Wave of Followers
  • 2.2. Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare: Opportunities for Connected Packaging
    • 2.2.1. Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Industry Overview
    • Diversity of Packaging Form Factors in Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare
    • Serialisation of Pharmaceuticals
    • 2.2.2. Opportunities & Market Sizing for Connected' Consumer Packaged Pharmaceuticals
    • Prescription & OTC Drugs in Unit Dose Blister Packs / Folding Cartons
    • 2.2.3. Opportunities & Market Sizing for 'Connected' Medical Consumables
    • Pre-filled Syringes
    • Medical Specialty Bags & Pouches
    • Vaccines & Biopharmaceuticals
    • Vaccines - Temperature Control Requirements
    • 2.2.4. Opportunities & Market Sizing for 'Connected' Point of Care Diagnostics Kits
    • 2.2.5. Summary: Market Opportunities & Market Sizing for Connected Packaging in Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare
    • Opportunities & Market Sizing for Labels in the Pharmaceutical / Healthcare Market
    • Opportunities & Market Sizing for Seals /Caps / Closures in the Pharmaceutical / Healthcare Market
    • Opportunities & Market Sizing for Folding Cartons in the Pharmaceutical / Healthcare Market
    • 2.2.6. Case Studies & Technology Demonstrators: Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare
    • Information Mediary Corporation - Ecoslide-RX with Med-ic; & eCap™
    • REMEDIES Project - Smart Packaging
    • Jones Packaging - Thin Film OpenSense™
    • TAGSYS
    • Palladio Group - PhutureMed™
    • Paksense - Autosense Solution
    • Amcor - N'CRYPT™
    • CSP Technologies Inc- Activ-Blister™
    • Smart Medicine Cabinets for Connected Products - Various Suppliers
    • TT Sensor Plus - Avery Dennison
    • Flexstr8
    • Ynvisible - Activable Electrochromic Displays
    • Impinj - UHF
    • GlowCap®
    • Connectivity Software & IoT Sensor Platforms for Pharmaceuticals
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  • 3.3. Wines & Spirits: Opportunities for Connected Packaging
    • 3.3.1. Wines & Spirits Industry Overview
    • 3.3.2. Opportunities & Market Sizing for 'Connected' Wines & Spirits Packaging
    • Glass Containers for Wines & Spirits
    • Caps & Closures for Wines & Spirits
    • Tax Stamp Labels for Spirits
    • 3.3.3. Case Studies & Technology Demonstrators: Wines & Spirits
    • Guala Closures
    • Thin Film OpenSense™- Ferngrove / G World Group / Barbadillo / Diageo
    • Selinko - Chateau le Pin / Remy Martin Connected Club / Geantet-Pansiot / Domaine Rebourseau
    • Pernod Ricard - PUMA Technology
    • Pernod Ricard - NFC Connected Malibu
    • Shanghai Techsun Anti-Counterfeiting Technology Holding Co., Ltd Kweichow Moutai Group Wine
    • CLIKSecure - FineLine Technologies/ClikGenie/Smartrac
    • CapTag Solutions - CapTag® Label
    • Verifii - Near Field Solutions
    • Egide
    • NFC Work - Shanghai Huayuan Smart Information Technology Co. LTD
    • Milos™ NFC Authentication & Anti-counterfeit Service - Hong Kong RFID
    • Tatwah Smartech Co LTD
    • Tesa-Scribos: tesa VeoMark™ - Saint-Emilion Wine Council
    • User Star Authentication System - Fortune Brewery International Co.
    • On Bottle Consumer Engagement without Brand Protection
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  • 3.4. Beauty Products - Opportunities for Connected Packaging
    • 3.4.1. Beauty Products Industry Overview
    • 3.4.2. Business Drivers for Early Adoption of Connected Beauty Products
    • Premiumisation of Growth of Luxury Products
    • Counterfeit Beauty Products
    • Consumer Interaction
    • 3.4.3. Current Brand Protection Solutions
    • 3.4.4. Opportunities & Market Sizing for 'Connected' Fragrances Packaging
    • 3.4.5. Opportunities & Market Sizing for 'Connected' Colour Cosmetics Packaging
    • 3.4.6. Packaging Types - Fragrances & Colour Cosmetics
    • 3.4.7. Packaging Market - Fragrances & Colour Cosmetics
    • 3.4.8. Case Studies & Technology Demonstrators: Fragrances & Colour Cosmetics
    • SML Group - New UHF Label Designs
    • Mineral Fusion Cosmetics - DirectLink™ Label Technology
    • TAP LABEL ® - TUOMI
    • Origintag - Alba 1913 - Smart Label System™
    • Sephora Flash - the Connected Beauty Store
    • Siebersdorf Laboratories - NFC-based UV Sensor
    • Other Fragrances & Colour Cosmetics NFC Solutions & Technology Demonstrators
    • - Thin Film Open SEnse™
    • - Proissonier - NFC Creams
    • - Carl Edelmann GmbH - Folded Carton NFC Demonstrator
    • - VerifiR - NFC Labels
    • - Saralon - Interactive Packaging with Printed Electronic Inks
  • 3.5. Luxury Accessories - Opportunities for Connected Packaging
    • 3.5.1. Luxury Products Industry Overview
    • Jewellery
    • Sunglasses
    • 3.5.2. Opportunities & Market Sizing for 'Connected' Jewellery & Sunglasses
    • 3.5.3. Case Studies & Technology Demonstrators: Jewellery & Sunglasses
    • - Cleor - TAGEOS Passive UHF
    • - Amodoria
    • - Matranga - DynamicID/Jewwel ID
    • - Borsheims' Jewellery Store - ZeroShrink
  • 3.6. Food Products: Opportunities for Connected Packaging & Labels
    • 3.6.1. Food Industry Overview
    • Trends in Food Packaging Types
    • Product Related Crime and Quality Issues - Food Products
    • Product Traceability - Food Products
    • Tamper Evident Food Packaging
    • Time Temperature Indicators & Loggers
    • Cold Chain & Cool Chain Management - Food
    • 3.6.2. Opportunities for Connected Food Products Packaging
    • Fresh Meat & Seafood
    • Ready Meals
    • 3.6.3. Case Studies & Technology Demonstrators: Food Products
    • TT Sensor Plus - Avery Dennison
    • European Collaborative Project TOXDTECT- Smart Meat Label
    • SpeedTap™ - iOlive App - ThinFilm Electronics
  • 3.7. Tobacco Products: Opportunities for Connected Packaging
    • 3.7.1. Tobacco Industry Overview
    • EU Tobacco Products Directive
    • Tobacco Industry - Track & Trace - Tax Stamp Solutions
    • e-cigarettes / vaping
    • Illicit Cigarettes - Counterfeit & Smuggled
    • 3.7.2. Opportunities & Market Sizing for Connected Tobacco Products Packaging
    • Folding Cartons for Tobacco Products
    • Tax Stamp Labels for Tobacco Products
    • 3.7.3. Case Studies & Technology Demonstrators: Tobacco Products
    • SICPAtrace™ - Tax Stamp Security & Authentication
    • Codentify® Inexto - Impala
    • Xiamen Innov - NFC Label
    • Origintag - Tobacco Packs
    • ThinFilm - Tobacco Packs
  • 3.8. Other Vertical Follower Markets: Opportunities for Connected Packaging & Labels
    • 3.8.1. Opportunities for Connected Apparel
    • Apparel Industry - An Overview
    • 3.8.2. Opportunities & Market Sizing for Connected Apparel
    • Inventory Management / Omni-Channel Stock Control
    • Case Studies & Technology Demonstrators: Apparel
    • Case Study: Avery Dennison /EVRYTHNG - BRIGHT BMBR' Jackets
    • 3.8.3. Toys & Games
    • Traditional Toys & Games Industry - An Overview
    • Traditional Toys - Evolution of Market Segments
    • Trend - Connected & Intelligent Toys
    • Licensing - A Value Driver for Toys & Games
    • Counterfeiting of Toys
    • Connected Traditional Toy Packaging - Opportunities & Market Sizing
    • Case Studies: Toys & Games
    • Selinko - Lini Cube
    • Lego - 'Digital Box'
    • 3.8.4. The Next Wave of Followers
    • Henkel Adhesive Technologies - mantro: SMARTICS-V NFC-enabled Unibond Aero 360

Part IV: Summary of Business Opportunities & Market Sizing with Forecasts 2016 to 2026

INTRODUCTION TO PART IV

  • 4.1. SUMMARY of the TAM for IoT Sensor Platforms in CONNECTED PACKAGING & LABELS: 2016 - 2026
    • 4.1.1. TAM for IoT Sensor Platforms in Early Adopter Markets for Connected Packaging / Labels
    • TAM for Markets with No Requirement for Temperature Sensing
    • TAM for Markets With a Requirement for Temperature Sensing
    • 4.1.2. TAM for IoT Sensor Platforms in Follower Markets for Connected Packaging / Labels
    • 4.1.3. TAM for 'Combi', Long & Short Range IoT Sensor Platforms for Connected Packaging / Labels
  • 4.2. OPPORTUNITIES FOR SUPPLIERS OF IoT SENSOR PLATFORMS: 2016 - 2026
    • 4.2.1. Global Market for IoT Sensor Platforms for Connected Packaging / Labels
    • Forecast Market Penetration Rates (%) - 2016 / 2021 / 2026
    • Forecast Evolution of Device Costs ($) - 2016 / 2021 / 2026
    • Forecast Evolution of the Market for IoT Platforms - Premium / Standard Products
    • Forecast Evolution of the Market for IoT Platforms - With / Without Temp. Sensing
    • Forecast Evolution of the Market for IoT Platforms - Dual Frequency 'Combi' IoT Sensor Platforms
  • 4.3. OPPORTUNITIES FOR PACKAGING & LABEL PROVIDERS
    • 4.3.1 Connected Labels versus Connected Packaging
    • 4.3.2 Connected Smart Labels
    • RFID / NFC Chips & Antennas
    • Inlay Assembly & Fabrication - Inlays versus Finished Labels
    • Printing Antennas with Conductive Inks
    • Integration of Inlays
    • Printed Connected RFID / NFC Smart Labels
  • 4.4. OPPORTUNITIES FOR BRAND OWNERS & RETAILERS

APPENDICES

1. Data Security Issues for RFID/NFC-based IoT Sensor Platforms & Systems

  • 1.1. Security & the IoT

2. An Overview of Global Markets for Smart Phones

  • 2.1. Smart Phones Continue to Drive Interactive Mobile Marketing
  • 2.2. Worldwide Footprint - Smart Phones
  • 2.3. Installed Base - Smart Phones
  • 2.4. Annual Sales - Smart Phones
  • 2.5. Advantages of Smart Phone Readable Codes
  • 2.6. Overview - Smart Phone Enabled Authentication
  • 2.7. Smart Phones - Mobile Marketing & Anti-Counterfeit
  • 2.8. Touch-activated Devices: for use on Smart phones & Touch screen Tablet
  • TouchCode™ - T-Ink
  • Touch Transfer Technology® - Interactive Product Solutions
  • 3TA - Optricks / Multi Packaging Solutions

3. Profiles of Technology Providers

  • 3.1. Suppliers of NFC-enabled Smart Phones
  • 3.2. Suppliers of Smart phone Readable IoT Sensor Platforms for Connected Consumer Goods
  • 3.3. Suppliers of UHF/RFID- chip based IoT Sensor Platforms
  • 3.4. Suppliers of Combination NFC / UHF RFID- chip based IoT Sensor Platforms
  • 3.5. Suppliers of Microwave RFID-chip based IoT Sensor Platforms
  • 3.6. Suppliers of Sensing Devices & Solutions for Connected Packaging
  • 3.7. Suppliers of Other Devices & Solutions for Connected Packaging
  • 3.8. Suppliers of Inks and Printable Components
  • 3.9. Suppliers of Touch Activated IoT Sensor Platforms
  • 3.10. Suppliers of Optically Read Codes
  • 3.11. Suppliers of Electromagnetic, Inductive & Capacitor Array Devices
  • 3.12. Suppliers of Multi-functional Devices for Connected Packaging

4. Recent Government Funded Development Projects On Connected Consumer Packaged Goods

  • 4.1. SMART-EC
  • 4.2. Chip2Foil Consortium
  • 4.3. PING Consortium
  • 4.4. SCOPE (Supply Chain Opportunities for Printed Electronics
  • 4.5. HaRF'est
  • 4.6. EPoSS - The European Technology Platform on Smart Systems Integration
  • 4.7. The IoT Council

5. Glossary of Terms

6. ABOUT VANDAGRAF INTERNATIONAL LIMITED

List of Figures - Volume 2

  • Figure 1 Evolution of the GRAND TOTAL TAM for all Types of Products: 2016 - 2026
  • Figure 2 Forecast Evolution of the TAM for Early Adopter Premium & Standard Packs with no Requirement for Temperature Sensing (millions): 2016 - 2026
  • Figure 3 Forecast Evolution of the TAM for Early Adopter Premium & Standard Packs (millions) needing Temperature Sensing): 2016 - 2026
  • Figure 4 Forecast Evolution of the TAM for Single Packs of Pre-Filled Syringes, Vaccines, Fresh Meat & Seafood needing Temperature Sensing (Millions): 2016 - 2026
  • Figure 5 Forecast Evolution of the TAM for the Follower Markets (Units): 2016 - 2026
  • Figure 6 Forecast Evolution of the TAM for the Follower Markets (Units): 2016 - 2026
  • Figure 7 Forecast Demand for IoT Sensor Platforms for All Product Types & Markets (Units): 2016 - 2026
  • Figure 8 Forecast Demand for IoT Sensor Platforms into All Product Types & Markets (Value): 2016 - 2026
  • Figure 9 Forecast Demand for IoT Sensor Platforms with no Temperature Sensing (Units - millions): 2016 - 2026
  • Figure 10 Forecast Demand for IoT Sensor Platforms with no Temperature Sensing (Value - $ million): 2016 to 2026
  • Figure 11 Forecast Demand for IoT Sensor Platforms with Temperature Sensing (Units- millions): 2016 - 2026
  • Figure 12 Forecast Demand for IoT Sensor Platforms with Temperature Sensing (Value - $ million): 2016 to 2026
  • Figure 13 Forecast Demand for 'Combi' IoT Sensor Platforms (Units - millions): 2016 - 2026
  • Figure 14 Forecast Demand for 'Combi' IoT Sensor Platforms (Value - $ millions): 2016 - 2026
  • Figure 15 Touch-Activated Devices Positioned vs Radio Electronic & Optically Read Codes

List of Tables - Volume 2

  • Table 1 Application / Business Benefit for Connected Packaging / Labels
  • Table 2 Early Adopter and Follower Vertical Market Segments
  • Table 3 Business Value for 'Connected' Consumer Packaged Pharmaceuticals
  • Table 4 Business Value for 'Connected' Pharmaceutical Medical Consumables
  • Table 5 Business Value for 'Connected' Point of Care Diagnostics Kits
  • Table 6 Business Value for 'Connected' Wines & Spirits
  • Table 7 Business Value for 'Connected' Beauty Products
  • Table 8 Business Value for 'Connected' Luxury Accessories
  • Table 9 Business Value for 'Connected' Food Packaging
  • Table 10 Business Value for 'Connected' Tobacco Packaging
  • Table 11 Business Value for 'Connected' Designer Apparel
  • Table 12 Business Value for 'Connected' Toys & Games Packaging
  • Table 13 Business Drivers for 'Connected' Packaging of Next Wave of Followers
  • Table 14 Evolution of Global Packaging Consumption by End-Use Sector: 2011 - 2026
  • Table 15 US Market for Pharmaceutical Packaging
  • Table 16 Formats suitable for 'Connected' Pharmaceuticals
  • Table 17 Business Value & Functionality for 'Connected' Consumer Packaged Pharmaceuticals
  • Table 18 Some Key Suppliers of Blister Packs
  • Table 19 Forecast Evolution of the Global Market for Unit Dose Blister Packs (Value): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 20 Forecast Evolution of Global TAM for Unit Dose Blister Packs (Unit Sales): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 21 Forecast Evolution of Global TAM for 'Premium' Unit Dose Blister Packs (Unit Sales): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 22 Business Value & Functionality for 'Connected' Pharmaceutical Medical Consumables
  • Table 23 Some Key Suppliers of Pre-filled Syringes
  • Table 24 Forecast Evolution of the Global Market for Pre-Filled Syringes (Value): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 25 Forecast Evolution of the Global TAM for Pre-Filled Syringes (Unit Sales): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 26 Forecast Evolution of the Global Market for Disposable Blood Bags (Value) - 2011- 2026
  • Table 27 Forecast Evolution of the Global TAM for Disposable Blood Bags (Unit Sales): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 28 Key Players in Disposable Blood Bags
  • Table 29 Forecast Evolution of the Global Market for Vaccines (Value): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 30 Forecast Evolution of the Global TAM for Vaccine Doses: 2011 - 2026
  • Table 31 Forecast Evolution of the Global TAM for Vaccine Multi- packs: 2011 - 2026
  • Table 32 Key Players in Home Healthcare
  • Table 33 Key Players in Home Diagnostic Kits
  • Table 34 Forecast Evolution of the Global Point of Care Diagnostic Kit Market (Value): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 35 Forecast Evolution of Global TAM for Point of Care Diagnostic Kits (Units): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 36 Forecast Evolution of Global TAM for IoT Sensor Platforms in Pharmaceuticals
  • Table 37 Forecast Evolution of Global TAM for IoT Sensor Platforms in Pharmaceuticals (single doses)
  • Table 38 Key Suppliers of Pharmaceutical Labels
  • Table 39 Forecast Evolution of the Pharmaceutical Labels Market (Value): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 40 Forecast Evolution of the Pharmaceutical Labels Market (Units): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 41 Forecast Evolution of the Global Market for Pharmaceutical Seals / Caps / Closures (Value): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 42 Forecast Evolution of Global TAM for Pharmaceutical Seals / Caps / Closures (Unit Sales): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 43 Forecast Evolution of Folding Cartons in the Pharmaceutical Market (Value): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 44 Forecast Evolution of Folding Cartons in the Pharmaceutical Market (Unit Sales): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 45 Key Suppliers of Smart Medical Cabinets
  • Table 46 Leading Brand Owners Wines - Market Share by Volume (%)
  • Table 47 Leading Brand Owners Spirits - Market Share by Volume (%)
  • Table 48 Business Value & Functionality for 'Connected' Wines & Spirits
  • Table 49 Packaging Formats Suitable for Incorporation of IoT Devices (Wines & Spirits)
  • Table 50 Global Market for Bottled Wines & Spirits (2014)
  • Table 51 Global Market for Bottles Wines & Spirits by Closure Type (2014)
  • Table 52 Forecast Evolution of the Global TAM for Spirits Bottle Closures (Units): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 53 Forecast Evolution of the Global TAM for Wine Bottle Closures (Units): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 54 Forecast Evolution of Global TAM for premium Wine Bottles with Cork Closures (Units): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 55 Some Leading Tax Stamp Suppliers
  • Table 56 NXP's secure ICODE® DNA chip (NFC): How it Operates
  • Table 57 Product Categories in the Beauty Market
  • Table 58 Evolution of the Beauty Products Market (Value): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 59 Annual Growth Rates 2011 - 2026 Fragrances & Colour Cosmetics
  • Table 60 Global Market for Mass & Premium Beauty Products (2016)
  • Table 61 Counterfeiting & Piracy Losses by Value in 2016 - Beauty Products Industry
  • Table 62 Forecast Evolution of Global Spending on Fragrances: 2011 - 2026
  • Table 63 Business Value & Required Functionality of 'Connected' Fragrances
  • Table 64 Forecast Evolution of the Global TAM for Fragrances (Units : 2011 - 2026
  • Table 65 Forecast Evolution of the Global Market for Colour Cosmetics (Value): 2011 -2026
  • Table 66 Forecast Evolution of the Global Market for Mass & Premium Colour Cosmetics: 2011 -2026
  • Table 67 Business Value & Required Functionality of 'Connected' Colour Cosmetics
  • Table 68 Forecast Evolution of the TAM for Colour Cosmetics (Units): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 69 Typical Structural Packaging Formats - Fragrances & Colour Cosmetics
  • Table 70 Forecast Evolution of the Global Packaging Market: 2011 - 2026
  • Table 71 Forecast Evolution of Global Fragrances & Colour Cosmetics Market & Packaging Costs: 2011 - 2026
  • Table 72 Annual Growth Rates in Global Luxury Spending: 2011 - 2026
  • Table 73 Evolution of Global Luxury Spending: 2011 - 2026
  • Table 74 Luxury - Spending - Breakdown by Region - % Market Share
  • Table 75 Annual Growth Rates for Luxury & Mass Jewellery: 2011 - 2026
  • Table 76 Forecast Evolution of Global Spending Jewellery: 2011 - 2026
  • Table 77 Estimated Losses due to Counterfeiting in the Jewellery Market (2016)
  • Table 78 Annual Growth Rates for Eyewear: 2011 - 2026
  • Table 79 Evolution of Global Spending Eyewear: 2011 - 2026
  • Table 80 Forecast Losses due to Counterfeiting in the Sunglasses Market (2016)
  • Table 81 Business Value & Required Functionality of 'Connected' Jewellery & Sunglasses
  • Table 82 Forecast Evolution of the Global Market for Jewellery (Units): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 83 Forecast Evolution of the Global Market Sunglasses (Units): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 84 Some Key Suppliers of Traceability Solutions - Food Products
  • Table 85 Business Value & Required Functionality of 'Connected' Fresh Meat/Seafood Products & Short Shelf Life Ready Meals
  • Table 86 Some Leading Suppliers of Meat Packaging
  • Table 87 Forecast Evolution of the Global TAM for Fresh Meat & Seafood Packs (Units): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 88 Forecast Evolution of Global TAM for Premium Fresh Meat & Seafood Packs (Units): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 89 Forecast Evolution of Global TAM for Premium Fresh Meat & Seafood Packs in Multipacks /Crates / Trays (Units): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 90 Some Leading Suppliers of Ready Meals
  • Table 91 Forecast Evolution of the Global TAM for Ready Meals (Unit Sales): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 92 Evolution of the Global TAM for Premium, Non Frozen Ready Meals (Unit Sales): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 93 Evolution of the Traditional Cigarette Market (billions of sticks): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 94 Market Share of Cigarette Manufacturers (2016)
  • Table 95 Leading Cigarette Brands - % Share
  • Table 96 Illicit Tobacco Trade % of Total Trade in 2016
  • Table 97 Business Value & Required Functionality of 'Connected' Tobacco
  • Table 98 Forecast Evolution of the Traditional Cigarette & e-Cigarette Market (Value): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 99 % Cigarettes sold in Primary Folding Cartons (Global)
  • Table 100 Evolution of the Global Market for Folding Cartons for Primary Packaging of Tobacco ($ Value): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 101 Forecast Evolution of the Global TAM for Folding Cartons for Primary Packaging of Tobacco (Unit Sales): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 102 The Market for Converted Folding Cartons for Primary Tobacco Packaging in 2016
  • Table 103 Forecast Evolution of the Global TAM for Folding Cartons for Secondary Packaging of Tobacco (Unit Sales): 2011 - 2026
  • Table 104 Global Sales of Apparel (2016)
  • Table 105 Evolution of the Global Apparel Market (Value): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 106 Business Value & Required Functionality of 'Connected' Apparel
  • Table 107 Evolution of the Apparel Market (Unit Sales): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 108 Forecast Evolution of the Global TAM for Apparel (Label Sales): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 109 Evolution of Market for Traditional Toys & Games - by Territory
  • Table 110 Market Share of Top 10 Players in Toys & Games Market: 2011 - 2016
  • Table 111 Global Toys-to-Life Retail Sales: 2015 - 2020
  • Table 112 Top Global Categories in Toys & Games (2015)
  • Table 113 Global Non Licensed & Licensed Traditional Toy Value: 2015 - 2020
  • Table 114 Business Value & Required Functionality of 'Connected' Toys & Games
  • Table 115 Forecast Evolution of the Global Toy Market (Value): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 116 Forecast Evolution of the Toys & Games Market (Unit Sales): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 117 Global TAM Forecasts for Early Adopter Markets (Units - millions): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 118 Global TAM Forecasts for Follower Markets (Units - millions): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 119 Global TAM Forecasts for Premium & Standard Products & Single Packs (Units - millions): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 120 Summary of Business Drivers for Connected Packaging in Early Adopter Markets
  • Table 121 Forecast Evolution of the TAM for IoT Sensor Platforms for Early Adopter Markets with no Requirement for Temperature Sensing: 2016 - 2026
  • Table 122 Summary of Requirements for Early Adopter Markets needing Temperature Sensing
  • Table 123 The TAM for Early Adopter Markets needing Temperature Sensing: 2016 - 2026
  • Table 124 The TAM for Single Packs (syringes, vaccines & fresh meat/seafood) needing Temperature Sensing: 2016 - 2026
  • Table 125 Summary of Business Drivers for Connected Packaging in the 'Follower' Markets
  • Table 126 Forecast Evolution of the TAM for IoT Sensor Platforms for the Follower Markets: 2016 - 2026
  • Table 127 Summary of Requirements for 'Combi' Tags not needing Temperature Sensing
  • Table 128 Forecast Evolution of the TAM for 'Combi' IoT Sensor Platforms where temperature sensing not required: 2016 - 2026
  • Table 129 Summary of the Forecast Penetration of IoT Sensor Platforms into Early Adopter & Follower Markets: 2016 - 2026
  • Table 130 Summary of the Assumptions made for the Cost of Secure IoT Platforms: 2016 - 2026
  • Table 131 Summary of the Forecast Penetration of IoT Sensor Platforms into Early Adopter Markets: 2016 - 2026
  • Table 132 Summary of the Forecast Penetration of IoT Sensor Platforms into Follower Markets: 2016 - 2026
  • Table 133 Forecast Demand for IoT Sensor Platforms into All Product Types & Markets (Units): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 134 Forecast Demand for IoT Sensor Platforms into Early Adopter Markets (Value): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 135 Forecast Demand for IoT Sensor Platforms into Follower Markets (Value): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 136 Forecast Demand for IoT Sensor Platforms into All Product Types & Markets (Value): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 137 Forecast Demand for 'Combi' IoT Sensor Platforms (Units): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 138 Forecast Demand for 'Combi' IoT Sensor Platforms (Value - $ millions): 2016 - 2026
  • Table 139 Preferred Pack Locations for IoT Sensor Platforms in Early Adopter Markets
  • Table 140 Summary of the Types of Security Risk Associated with Radio-electronic Devices
  • Table 141 Smart Phones - Evolution of the Worldwide Installed Base 2009 - 2019
  • Table 142 Smart Phones - Worldwide Installed Base - Forecast Breakdown by Region to 2019
  • Table 143 Smart Phones - Worldwide Unit Sales - Breakdown by Selected Countries - 2014
  • Table 144 Suppliers of NFC-enabled Smart Phones
  • Table 145 Suppliers of Smart phone Readable IoT Sensor Platforms for Connected Consumer Goods
  • Table 146 Suppliers of UHF/RFID- chip based IoT Sensor Platforms
  • Table 147 Suppliers of Combination NFC / UHF RFID- chip based IoT Sensor Platforms
  • Table 148 Suppliers of Microwave RFID-chip based IoT Sensor Platforms
  • Table 149 Suppliers of Sensing Devices & Solutions for Connected Packaging
  • Table 150 Suppliers of Other Devices & Solutions for Connected Packaging
  • Table 151 Suppliers of Inks and Printable Components
  • Table 152 Suppliers of Touch Activated IoT Sensor Platforms
  • Table 153 Suppliers of Optically Read Codes
  • Table 154 Suppliers of Electromagnetic, Inductive & Capacitor Array Devices
  • Table 155 Suppliers of Multi-functional Devices for Connected Packaging
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