This research service provides a comprehensive overview of the top smart packaging technologies, their current trends and future trends in food & beverages, pharmaceuticals, personal care and electronics sector. It reviews technology developments that might significantly impact adoption of smart packing in various application sectors and details the trends expected in the technology adoption in the near, medium and long term. Key stakeholders in the ecosystem have been identified and Technology- and product- based developments have been captured. Emerging drivers and challenges along with the impact of these technologies and its significance has been discussed. The study also details the application prospects and the technology roadmap for these technologies. Developments of companies like Insignia technologies, UK, Neville & More, UK, Envision, USA and Catalent Pharma solutions, USA have been profiled in the research service.
Research Snapshot and Scope
Smart packaging has become an active field of research, one that has multiple practical benefits. It refers to the addition of intelligence in packaging and includes those that have more functions than contain and protect. Smart packaging is one of the ways, which can help in reducing wastage of food and consumer goods. Use of smart packaging solutions will offer more choices with higher quality and reliability to the consumers.
This study titled, “Advances in Smart Packaging” reviews technology developments that might significantly impact adoption of smart packing in various application sectors. There is an increasing likelihood that some of the technologies and processes covered in this study, which have either been recently commercialized or might be commercialized in the near future will significantly impact commercial adoption of energy saving coatings. The study analyses the adoption and innovations of smart packaging for food & beverages, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and electronics. The scope of the research doesn’t include energy and household products.
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