Active in flooring products for the building sector, a Luxembourg based company is looking to develop and implement a unique, invisible to customer track & trace solution. The solution must allow the stakeholders to rapidly identify a product, using widespread technologies. The company is looking for research or technical cooperation agreement.
A Luxembourg company manufactures flooring products. Currently, these products are installed in buildings and their end of life results in them being thrown away. The company is looking for technological solutions that could be incorporated invisibly into the product and that would make it possible to create, on the one hand, a history of the implementation of the product (e. g. installation date, material composition, batch number, etc.) and, on the other hand, a follow-up of the conditions of use of the product in order to determine its residual characteristics and thus improve the potential for reuse of the material.
The traceability solutions envisaged must allow information to be returned at any time via means of communication.
The company is looking for research or technical cooperation agreement.
- Type of partner sought: Companies able to offer specific technologies to enable track and trace of building products.
The most important point is that the proposed solution must be invisible to the customer. The final solution adopted must be validated by tests and trials. Any type of technology will be assessed such as RFDI Tags, Visual recognition, Watermarks, 2D Codes, Coding, IR sensors, Inks, Markers....
- Specific area of activity of the partner: Type of partner: start-up or established company
Role of the partner: in case of technical cooperation the partner will provide the technology to enable the tracking of the flooring product. In case of research cooperation, the partner will contribute to the development of the appropriate solution according to the requirements
Available for demonstration - A validated proof of concept is required
02/04/2019 - UK Funding for Innovation
04/06/2019 - Future of Building 2019