1. Automatic identification of a ultrabright (luminescent) barcode from a device retro-emission (REM)

Application of luminescent barcode (LC)

Printing devices

LC is printed on standard surfaces (papir, plastic) using an inkjet printer or high-turoughput printer. A specialized applicator is used to print on special surfaces (clothing). Proprietary lumenescent ink filled in printer cartridges or containers for printing presses.

Documents/Object

LC can be applied to all types of documents including standard A4 papers, certificates, credit cards, passports or objects such as packaging, equipment or clothing. Tubes can beas colorful and colorless, making them invisible on the objects. Also, tubes are very resistant to mechanical abrasion and will be securely kept on almost any surfaces.

Luminescent barcode

Ultra-bright luminescent barcode (LC) is similar to widespread barcode or 2D-code, but instead of pigment inks, we use lumenescent nanomaterials such as nano-phoshOrs.


LC can be layered, allowing tens-fold high-density information recording.

Retro-emission (REM)

A retro-emission device is applied on top of the printed LC via printing or lamination, and renders it bright, high-contrast, when read out by a reader. Our REM will enable capturing tue invisible making and LC patterns at once.

Reading LC

Reader

Reader illuminates the LC by an LED or laser, and records the returned signal, which changes color because of the luminescent nature of the LC.
This optical signal is filtered by a filter and recorded by a camera that converts light into an eletronic signal and transfers it to (micro) computer. Filtration of the captured optical signal, which is greatly enhanced by the REM device, significantly improves the reliability of reading and /or increase the reader working range from the existing 30 sm to several meters.

Decoding program

The program is easily installed on a computer and decodes the data from the LC. The program uses standard algorithms for signal conversion and can be easily integrated with other existing programs for decoding.

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   2. The technology of using fluorescent material to detect and track objects

Luminescent materials

Luminescent materials have the unique informative. Information recorded by the location of the code elements, their color and tonality, and repeatedly validated.

Application of the LC

Dyes

Fluorescent codes (LC) are affixed to objects dyes, tucked into cartridges or gas cartridges applicators. Dyes are resistant to water and sunlight and steadfastly hold on virtyally any surface. Dyes can be any color, as well as transparent, making it invisible to the LC sites.

LC

LC can be applied to different objects and their size depends on the required reading distance.


For a reliable reading at a distance of 200 meters, the label must be of size 20*20 cm label can be positioned at various angles to the laser-optical device, and to successfuly read enough so that only a small part of it was in the area of scanning.

Reading LC

Laser-optical device (laser radar)

the principle of operation is similar to the reader, as described above. The main differences in the use of highaperture telescopic optics supersensitive light registration using the scheme delayed the time of registration and use of raster scan. It is expected that the combination of laser radar technology and REM lead to 3-fold increase it the range ot the system without taking into account the atmospheric conditions.

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