The KoolPak’s sustainability credentials have already been supported by the World Wildlife Fund and the global NLA International – a Blue Economy solutions company. Local production and adoption will also help Australia meet its national commitments to ensure 100 per cent of packaging is reusable, recyclable, or compostable by 2025.
“We are all users and have a role to play in protecting and improving the environment. We live in a pristine part of the world. We want to keep it that way for generations to come.”
SAG: Originally introduced to us by Texas Instruments, SAG has been instrumental in providing solutions for our NCF requirements, with specific focus on the battery-less NFC temp sensor tag. Our tag requirements are challenging, particularly when you consider the primary reading device is a mobile phone, multiple layers of material to read through and no battery.
Other alternatives to NFC such as QR Codes, bar code etc were evaluated, however only NFC provides an effective way of registering the 3 KoolPak components as an assembled unit to a data base or blockchain in battery-less form.
NFC is central to our track & trace, SAG is ‘best in business’ not only from a technical & development perspective but also with tag manufacture and ability to supply in volume.
LUK Solutions: As with SAG, LUK have been on-board the project from the very start (2019) and instrumental in development of the KoolPak App, integration of NFC and gate scanner technologies within that. In combination they have systematically worked through the significant challenges involved, finding workable solutions to complex problems.
A standout for us, both SAG & LUK saw the value of the project even though it was a ‘start-up’. They took on the risk of committing resources & time, we are very grateful to have them by our side and sharing the vision of KoolPak.