Inspectron, a global leader in secure ID inspection, verification and traceability, announces that Adam Przybylski has joined the company as Business Solutions Manager.
He will generate sales of MagID, a patented track and trace solution developed by Inspectron, allowing magnetic ink codes to be printed on or inside brand packaging. MagID has also been referred to as chip-less NFC.
Adam comes to Inspectron with a background in security printing. He has worked in the printing industry for 25 years, most recently at De La Rue, where he supported government and brand clients in the development of product authentication and traceability solutions. He previously worked in business development at companies including Ingenia Technology, API Foils and Sun Chemical.
Adams role will be to drive the commercialisation of MagID as an affordable track and trace solution for brand packaging which addresses the growing counterfeit and grey market problem. MagID is already in use to sort letters without opening envelopes, but Inspectron has developed the technology further into a full cloud-based platform, enabling brand owners to collect track and trace and verification data through a smartphone app when swiping the item with the MagID reader.
Allan Harle, Managing Director, Inspectron, said:
MagID represents an exciting new opportunity for Inspectron to leverage its experience and technology into the general brand protection market and Adam is the ideal person to take this forward.
Adam Przybylski said:
I am delighted to join the Inspectron team. Brand owners who are looking for a brand protection and security solution for their packaging will benefit greatly from using MagID unique technology.
About the development:
MagID technology development is supported by the European Commission Directorate General for Research&Development under the Horizon 2020 program, Project ID: EIC FTI GA 870017