Smart, versatile and fun: edding code makes ordinary paper and packaging extraordinary. The next generation solution that helps you do everything from verifying documents to interacting with customers.
Tamper-proof and convenient. DAD easyCHECK protects against attempts to manipulate documents. And it significantly improves the efficiency of verification processes by reducing the time, cost and complexity associated with manual checking.
Explained simply, edding code is an invisibly printed electronic ID code. The user activates the code printed on an item by placing it on the touchscreen of their smartphone or tablet. By simply running their finger across the code it interacts with the website or app on the phone, triggering a response to display unlocked digital content.
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It can either be read via an app downloaded to your smartphone, or directly in a web page on a mobile browser.
Yes. edding’s electronic conductive inks can be just as easily recycled as any printing ink. You can recycle any paper or cardboard embedded with edding code in the standard way. Unlike NFC and RFID products which must be disposed of separately as electronic waste.
It is the cost of embedding the electroconductive feature ink in the product, the cost of implementing the software development kit in the app or web app, and a license fee for using the technology. edding code is the ideal solution for high volume applications, as it can be produced in high volumes at low cost using conventional printing methods. For a quote, please get in touch.
The integration of edding code technology into an app or website is done via an SDK (software development kit). This allows the developer of the app or website to easily integrate the technology into the digital interface.
Easy and quick-to-understand instructions for use are included on the print product and also in the native or mobile app.
No. edding code is produced with a conductive ink that can be used in any standard printing presses (e.g. offset, flexographic or screen printing).
In general, edding coded products can be produced and delivered ready for use by us. Alternatively, edding code printing know-how can be integrated into your existing printing processes. There’s no change in printers or methods needed. Printing facilities using edding code will be qualified and empowered by our expert team.
edding code offers far greater security. edding code technology is hidden in the product and cannot be optically copied or scanned. Optical codes are easy to copy and so offer no security from copying or manipulation.
Compared to radio technologies such as NFC or RFID, the production costs for edding code are significantly lower. It’s also more environmentally friendly. edding code doesn't add volume to any material it is embedded in; and any paper or packaging with edding code can be recycled via the normal recycling process. In contrast, NFC and RFID products must be disposed of separately as electronic waste.