• Use as reusable, rewritable, erasable, NFC smart labels to display barcode labels, QR code labels, etc. These smart labels can replace paper labeling.
  • Use for labeling shelves - can instantly change labels on the shelves containing RFID information such as location, product code, lot number, shipped date, time, etc.
  • Use as an electronic signboard (Kanban) in manufacturing sites for "just-in-time" production and control systems. A signboard, indicating the status of production or a delivery of a given quantity, is attached to the specific parts in a production line.
  • Use with an NFC-enabled smart phone or tablet and with e-paper tags attached to containers to control the distribution of goods.  A worker delivering goods can check the delivery location and route; confirm delivery and return empty containers for reuse.
  • Use for making visitor badges.  Smart Tags and Smart Cards can be used as security ID cards with a visitor's photo prepared at the reception desk.
  • Smart Tags can also be used in hospitals and clinics as patient IDs.  Patient information can be easily erased from the epaper display to protect his/her privacy.  For example, during medical checkups when multiple stations or departments need to be visited, a patient first gets a Smart Tag or Smart Card with the patient's name, ID, doctor's name of the first station, room number, etc. displayed on the e-paper tag.  Each visit is confirmed by a doctor after the checkup.  After the doctor has confirmed, information on the next station will be displayed on the e-paper tag.  When all the checkups are finished, information on the Smart Tag or Smart Card can be reused for the next patient.