PATit: Advanced Anti-Counterfeit Coding Technology Linking Your Printed Media To Your Smart Phone - Combating At $20bn Market
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Exhibition Theater Presentations: Day 2
13:10 - 13:30
Haydale's unique capacitive coding system will revolutionise the anti-counterfeit technology. Officially launched at the IDTechEx conference and with a security printer already using the technology, Haydale will show the advances it has made through its unique security capacitive coding.
Each unique capacitance code is printed in conductive ink, that can be opaque or transparent and with specific formulations owned by Haydale, this patented technology can be printed on many different materials from metals to labels and plastics and then detected using any smartphone or tablet. Complete security for the customer is achieved through a dedicated APi code.
Ray Gibbs is a Chartered Accountant, and former Deloitte audit and corporate finance partner for 9 years. He has spent the last 21 years in industry as CFO or commercial director of high technology and fast moving consumer goods businesses both in the quoted and private arenas with sales ranging from £500,000 to £500 million. He was a former CFO of Chemring Group Plc.
Ray was part of the original Haydale Graphene Industries' management team that acquired Haydale Limited in 2010. Appointed CEO from 2013 and led a successful IPO in 2014 doubling its value to over £35m. Ray is a Board Member of the USA based National Graphene Association and is also UK Chairman of a UK and China Joint Working Group on Graphene Standardisation, organised by the BSI Group.
Haydale Ltd are an advanced materials development company which has developed a plasma treatment process to surface functionalise particulate materials. A subsidiary of Haydale Graphene Industries which launched an IPO on London AIM stock exchange in April 2014 and raised £6.5m, the company is based in South Wales near Swansea is currently expanding its 2 tonnes p.a processing capacity. The revolutionary aspect of the HDPlas® process is that it promotes dispersion and chemical activity in materials such as graphene that are effectively inert, exploiting the incredible potential of nanomaterials.