Authentic or Not is a patented product platform that gives manufacturers and brands the ability to connect with their customers regardless of where the merchandise was purchased around the globe. It is bridging the physical and digital worlds by enabling products with the ability to send and receive digital information. This includes encryption, which stops counterfeiting. Anyone can simply hover a smartphone enabled with near field communications (NFC) over a product and see product authentication and unique digital experiences instantly, without installing an app. Authentic or Not’s microchips do not require a battery source and can withstand machine washing, dryer and dry cleaning cycles.
Laipac Technology was founded in 1999 by Canadian entrepreneurs Maria C. Pacini and Diego Lai. The vision of Laipac was simple – provide peace of mind to customers by crafting the best, most reliable, and easiest-to-use GPS asset trackers and geolocators on the market. Today, Laipac Technology has become an industry leader in the field of GPS tracking, and has expanded its scope to cover the rapidly growing Internet of Things (IoT), with real-time asset tracking and people monitoring services and products. The company’s latest product is The Look Watch – the world’s first IoT-enabled standalone smartwatch, which expands intelliFLEX’s reach into consumer wearables.
MBM Intellectual Property Law LLP is an intellectual property law firm with experience in emerging technologies, including printable, flexible and hybrid electronics. Technology areas MBM could help other intelliFLEX Members protect may include: telecommunications (connectivity, battery, antenna, power management), sensors, displays, smart textiles (flexible, molded, multilayer, etc.), 3D printing and related technologies and many more.
“From growing startups to established SMEs and professional services firms, we continue to build a diverse membership of organizations that have vital expertise and experience to help their fellow intelliFLEX Members gain crucial market advantage,” said Peter Kallai, president and CEO of intelliFLEX.