The visit invited Network members to complete a practical challenge around improving medical packaging.
Reflecting CPI’s proficiency across smart labeling and smart packaging, which both provide live data on products’ condition and location via the IoT, the challenge encouraged guests to make innovative improvements to a pill packet using printable electronics.
The visit, part of CPI’s long-held commitment to hosting STEM events, also saw Business Development Managers Neville Slack and Sandy Gunn present case studies of CPI’s work, with a tour of the organization’s state-of-the-art laboratories rounding off the day.
The Northumbrian Water Group’s Young Persons’ Network has been created in line with the organization’s Academy to offer younger members an opportunity to further their knowledge and facilitate networking between generations to aid career development.
Founded in June 2017, the Network is made up of members from Northumbrian Water and its sister operation, Essex and Suffolk Water.