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Dublin, March 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Packaging and ICT Industry Convergence Propels Advancement of the Global Smart Label Materials Market" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The publisher estimates the global market for smart label materials at USD1,170.0 million in 2020, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.8% between 2020 and 2027 on account of increasing adoption from various industries. The global smart label materials market report analyzes the growth drivers, challenges, and trends that affect participants in this space. The study period is 2017 to 2027 using a base year of 2020 and a forecast period of 2021 to 2027. A smart label is a developed version of a label with extended functionalities, such as use of technology and sensors. Consumers are able to interact with smart labels by using mobile devices, such as a smartphone. The smart labels considered in this study include radio frequency identification (RFID) labels, electronic article surveillance (EAS), sensing labels, dynamic display, and quick response (QR) codes. These labels utilize the principles of near field communication (NFC) and have in-built sensors and chips for interaction with nearby devices. Increased demand for smart labels resulted from advancements made in digital printing technology and Industrial Internet of Thing (IIoT) components such as sensors, antennae, and chipsets. IoT has penetrated various industries during the last decade, and devices have become smarter and able to interact with each other by means of NFC. This advancement is expected to accelerate growth for smart label applications. The end industries covered in this research are healthcare and pharmaceuticals, automotive, logistics (including warehouse and transportation), retail, and others (recycling, food & beverage, manufacturing, and aerospace). The major materials used to manufacture a label include coatings, adhesives, substrates, and thermal inks. Demand for smart label materials is expected to be driven by adoption of smart labels in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. In the next few years, prices for smart labels will decrease, leading to increased use by micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) and price-sensitive industries, such as food and beverages and plastic recycling. Of note, governments across the globe are focused on reducing carbon emissions and promoting sustainability and recyclability of materials used in day-to-day activities, which is expected to drive the adoption of certain raw materials for smart label manufacturing. For instance, solvent-based products are gradually being replaced by solvent-free or water-based products to reduce volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from labels. Key Issues Addressed What are the product chemistry and end-use application trends in the smart label materials market?What are the major challenges that participants in the smart label materials market face?What are the key factors that drive and restrict growth in this market?What are the major smart label end-industry applications?Who are the key market participants?What are the regional trends in the market? Key Topics Covered: Strategic Imperatives Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?The Strategic ImperativeThe Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on Smart Label Materials MarketGrowth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline EngineGrowth Opportunity Analysis, Smart Label Materials MarketSmart Label Materials Market Overview and ScopeMarket Segmentation-Product TypesMarket Segmentation-Material TypeGeographic ScopeKey Questions This Study Will Answer Key Trends, Regulations, and Drivers and Restraints for Smart Label Materials Market Key TrendsSmart Label Materials Market-RegulationsGrowth and Challenges Impact Assessment SummaryGrowth DriversGrowth Drivers AnalysisGrowth RestraintsGrowth Restraints Analysis Forecast, Smart Label Materials Market Forecast Assumption Factors, Smart Label Materials MarketRevenue and Unit Shipment Forecast, Smart LabelsRevenue and Unit Shipment Forecast Analysis, Smart LabelsPercent Unit Shipment Forecast by Industry Vertical, Smart LabelsPercent Unit Shipment Forecast Analysis by Industry Vertical, Smart LabelsEnd Industry Mapping for Smart LabelsCOVID-19 Impact on Key End-use IndustriesKey Growth Metrics for Smart Label Materials MarketRevenue and Volume Shipment Forecast, Smart Label Materials MarketPrice Trends, Smart Label Materials MarketVolume Forecast by Material Type, Smart Label Materials MarketRevenue, Volume Shipment, and Price Forecast Analysis, Smart Label Materials MarketVolume Forecast by Region, Smart Label Materials MarketVolume Forecast Analysis by Region, Smart Label Materials MarketValue Chain for Smart Label Materials MarketValue Chain Analysis for Smart Label Materials MarketKey Competitors, Smart Label Materials MarketCompetitive Environment, Smart Label Materials Market Growth Opportunity Analysis, Smart Label Substrates Market Segment OverviewKey Growth Metrics for Substrate Market for Smart LabelsRevenue and Volume Shipment Forecast, Substrate Market for Smart LabelsRevenue and Volume Shipment Forecast Analysis, Smart Label Substrates MarketVolume Shipment Forecast by Substrate Type, Smart Label Substrates MarketVolume Shipment Forecast Analysis by Substrate Type, Substrate Market for Smart LabelsPricing Forecast, Substrate Market for Smart LabelsPricing Forecast Analysis, Substrate Market for Smart LabelsRevenue Share, Substrate Market for Smart LabelsCompetitive Environment, Substrate Market for Smart Labels Growth Opportunity Analysis, Smart Label Adhesives Market Growth Opportunity Analysis, Smart Label Coatings Market Growth Opportunity Analysis, Smart Label Inks Market Growth Opportunity Analysis, Smart Label Materials Market, Americas Growth Opportunity Analysis, Smart Label Materials Market, Europe Growth Opportunity Analysis, Smart Label Materials Market, Asia-Pacific Growth Opportunity Analysis, Smart Label Materials Market, MEASA Growth Opportunity Universe, Smart Label Materials Market Growth Opportunity 1-Increasing Adoption of Smart Labels from the Healthcare Industry, 2020Growth Opportunity 2-Increasing Adoption of Smart Labels from the Food & Beverage Industry, 2020Growth Opportunity 3-Optimizing Prices of Conductive Inks for Improved Market Penetration, 2020Growth Opportunity 4-Thin Films for Thinner Smart Labels, 2020 Appendix Companies Mentioned 3MArkemaAvery DennisonCCL IndustriesDuPontGuangcai LabelHB FullerHenkelHirokawaHuhtamakiShingiSun ChemicalsTesaTullis RusselUPM RaflactacXinxiang Honglian Printing For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/vs9pfa CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager firstname.lastname@example.org For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
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LONDON — British children returned to school on Monday after a two-month closure, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying he aimed to get the country “ moving closer to a sense of normality.” As part of the plan, millions of high school and college students coming back to U.K. classrooms will be tested for the first few weeks. Authorities want to quickly detect and isolate asymptomatic cases in order to avoid sending entire schools home. “We are being cautious in our approach so that we do not undo the progress we have made so far,” Johnson said as he urged people to get vaccinated. High schools and colleges could reopen in phases to allow for testing. The U.K. government has distributed nearly 57 million rapid “lateral flow” test kits to schools across the country, but there are concerns about the accuracy of the tests, which may result in pupils being forced to self-isolate unnecessarily. But Susan Hopkins, a director at Public Health England, told the BBC that evidence from testing over the past eight weeks suggested less than 1 in 1,000 tests resulted in a false positive. Britain has had Europe’s deadliest outbreak, with nearly 125,000 COVID-19 deaths. —- THE VIRUS OUTBREAK: — With huge virus aid package for nation in sight, Democrats debate filibuster changes — From vote to virus, misinformation campaign targets Latinos in US — UK schools reopen widely, backed by frequent virus testing — Russia finds its Sputnik V vaccine in hot demand overseas but questions arise over whether it can produce the millions of vaccine doses ordered — The Cleveland Indians are minus Ramírez, Reyes after they break virus protocol — Follow AP’s pandemic coverage at https://apnews.com/hub/coronavirus-pandemic, https://apnews.com/hub/coronavirus-vaccine and https://apnews.com/UnderstandingtheOutbreak ___ HERE’S WHAT ELSE IS HAPPENING: LISBON, Portugal -- Portugal is fast approaching its targets for lifting a national COVID-19 lockdown, just weeks after it was the world’s worst-hit country by size of population. Health experts told Portugal’s president and prime minister in a televised meeting Monday that the 14-day rate of new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people should fall to the goal of 60 by next week. It is currently 141. The country’s so-called “R” number, showing the number of people that one infected person will pass the virus to, stands at 0.74 -- among Europe’s lowest. The number of COVID-19 patients in intensive care had dropped to 240, which is roughly the maximum at which the national health service can cope, and is forecast to fall to 120 by the end of the month. The government on Thursday will unveil a phased plan for lifting the lockdown introduced in mid-January. Most restrictions, such as the closure of stores, restaurants and cafes, are expected to stay until after the Easter break, amid hopes that tourists will be able to return in May. ___ BERLIN — Germany is looking to ramp up the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine after authorities last week gave the green light for it to be administered to people 65 and over. Hundreds of thousands of doses have been gathering dust in recent weeks due to the restrictions on who could get the vaccine and misgivings among some who were eligible. According to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, Germany has received 2.1 million doses of the AstraZeneca shot so far but administered just 721,000. Berlin is opening a sixth vaccine centre Monday at the former Tempelhof airport in the centre of the city that will administer only the AstraZeneca vaccine. Germany’s vaccine campaign has lagged behind Britain and the United States. By Sunday, Germany had given out 5.2 million vaccine doses, with 2.5 million people or about 3% of the population fully vaccinated. Finance Minister Olaf Scholz told public broadcaster ZDF that he expects Germany to be able to administer up to 10 million shots a week by the end of the month. ___ ROME __ The Italian health ministry has officially approved using the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine for healthy people over age 65, citing limited vaccine supplies and the need to vaccinate people who might be vulnerable to complications. The order was signed Monday. The European Medicines Agency had approved AstraZeneca for all age groups, but some nations like Italy and Germany initially limited it to under 65s due to what they called limited data. Those limitations are one of the reasons why the 27-nation European Union has lagged so far behind Britain and the United States in vaccinating its people. Millions of doses of AstraZeneca have piled up across Europe, waiting to be given out. ___ JERUSALEM — After delays, Israel started vaccinating Palestinians who work inside the country and its West Bank settlements on Monday, more than two months after launching an immunization blitz of its own population. Palestinian labourers who crossed into Israel at several West Bank checkpoints received their first doses of the Moderna vaccine from Magen David Adom paramedics. The vaccination drive orchestrated by COGAT, Israel’s military agency co-ordinating government operations in the West Bank, had been beset by postponements. Some 100,000 Palestinian labourers from the West Bank work in Israel and its settlements, which are widely seen internationally as illegal and an obstacle to peace. Israel has administered over 8.7 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine to its population of 9.3 million. Over 3.7 million Israelis — more than 40% — have received two doses of the vaccine. But until Monday, Israel had provided few vaccines for Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, a move that has underscored global disparities and drawn international criticism. ___ COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Norway saw a 19% drop in marriages in 2020 compared to the previous year, which had already seen the lowest figure since 1927. Norway’s statistics agency said Monday that the pandemic and measures to counter it led to the fall. In 2020, 16,200 weddings were performed. On top of that, “the decline of 3,000 marriages from 2019 to 2020 is unparalleled and is the largest decline from one year to another since 1919,” said Ane Margrete Toemmeraas of Statistics Norway. “Figures show that the coronavirus measures from March 12, 2020 caused many to postpone their wedding,” Toemmeraas said. Whether it “leads to an increase in 2021, as many of the postponed weddings may take place this year instead, will become clear later on.” ___ HANOI, Vietnam — Vietnam administered its first COVID-19 doses Monday to the front-line workers who made the nation’s relative success in controlling the pandemic possible — health workers, contact tracers and security forces who handled quarantine duties. The Southeast Asian nation of 96 million people has a goal to inoculate at least half of the population by the end of the year. Thousands of doctors, nurses and technicians working at hospitals designated to treat COVID-19 patients lined up in the morning and received the first jabs of the AstraZeneca vaccine. “I have been waiting for this day for a long time,” nurse Nguyen Thi Huyen said after she got her injection. Huyen has been caring for COVID-19 patients at a tropical disease hospital in Hanoi the past year. Health protocols have limited her time with family, among other challenges. ___ KABUL, Afghanistan — The U.N. children's agency says Afghanistan has received nearly half a million coronavirus vaccine doses via the global COVAX initiative. War-torn Afghanistan received 468,000 AstraZeneca vaccines on Monday, the first shipment through COVAX, UNICEF said in a statement. The vaccines were made by the Serum Institute of India, and arrived in the capital of Kabul aboard an Emirates flight, UNICEF said. More vaccines will arrive in the coming weeks and months. India previously donated 500,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines to Afghanistan. ___ COLOMBO, Sri Lanka— Sri Lanka's government has ended a yearlong work-from-home program for public employees due to the pandemic. Employees were ordered to report back to their workplaces starting Monday in order to ensure the uninterrupted delivery of public services, At the start of the pandemic last year, the government imposed a lockdown across the island nation for more than a month, and temporarily closed some government departments. As a precaution, a limited number of employees were allowed to go to work, while in some institutions, employees had been permitted to work from home since last April. ___ WELLINGTON, New Zealand — New Zealand says it will now use only the Pfizer vaccine to inoculate its population against the coronavirus, departing from earlier plans to use four different vaccines. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced the strategy Monday, saying the decision was based on the Pfizer vaccine’s effectiveness. She said this would make it easier and fairer for all New Zealanders to have access to the same vaccine. However, the strategy may also be driven in part by delays in getting vaccines approved. So far, New Zealand’s medical regulators have approved only the Pfizer vaccine and are reviewing two other shots. Ardern said New Zealand has purchased 10 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine, enough to inoculate all 5 million residents with the required two doses each. She said most of the doses are expected to arrive during the second half of this year. New Zealand has so far completed inoculations of only a few thousand people, mainly border workers. The country has stamped out community spread of the virus. ___ SEOUL, South Korea — A South Korean province near the capital of Seoul has ordered local business owners and farmers to have all foreign employees tested for the coronavirus in the next 15 days, targeting tens of thousands of workers. The mass testing campaign is the most significant step South Korean officials have taken yet to stem transmissions among migrant labourers, who often face harsh working and living conditions that health authorities say make them more vulnerable to infections. The order issued Monday by Gyeonggi province Gov. Lee Jae-myung covers at least 85,000 legally hired migrant workers, with fines up to 3 million won ($2,600) for noncompliant employers. The order also requires employees to ensure their undocumented workers get tested too. The province has encouraged these workers to come forward, saying they won’t be reported to immigration authorities if they are tested before March 22. South Korea has confirmed more than 92,000 virus cases, including 1,642 deaths. ___ DETROIT — People who are homeless will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccines in Michigan starting Monday. Health officials say it’s a critical step in curbing infections and making sure vulnerable populations have access. “Our vulnerable populations are high priority for us right now,” Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail said, according to the Lansing State Journal. “This opens the door to make sure that population is also vaccinated and we don’t continue to have outbreaks in shelters.” The news comes as infection rates are dropping and vaccine campaigns are ramping up. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer recently announced the further loosening of the state’s coronavirus restrictions, easing capacity limits in restaurants and other businesses while also allowing for larger indoor and outdoor gatherings. ___ WASHINGTON — Dr. Anthony Fauci is projecting that U.S. high school students will be able to get vaccinated early in the next school year and that elementary school students should be line for vaccinations in early 2022. Fauci, President Joe Biden’s chief medical officer and director of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told CBS News’ “Face the Nation” that vaccines for teens will be available “maybe not the first day but certainly in the early part of the fall.” Currently, three vaccines are approved for use in the United States. The single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine and the two-shot Moderna vaccine are approved for individuals 18 and older. Pfizer’s vaccine is approved for 16 and up. Trials are underway to determine the safety of vaccines on younger people. Teenagers contract the coronavirus almost twice as often as younger children, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data. ___ BRATISLAVA, Slovakia — Slovakia is the latest European country to identify a fast-spreading coronavirus variant that is believed to originate in South Africa. Slovakia’s Health Ministry spokeswoman Zuzana Eliasova says the variant has been detected in seven samples. Four of the people returned from abroad, one of them from the African island of Zanzibar. Three have been infected at home. Slovakia is one of the hardest-hit European Union countries right now. It has been recently facing a surge of another highly contagious variant found in Britain. The number of COVID-19 patients in Slovak hospitals surpassed a record of 4,000 earlier this week. ___ CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Indians have broken COVID-19 protocols for the third time in less than a year, this time costing them third baseman José Ramírez and slugger Franmil Reyes. Manager Terry Francona said Sunday the two players were sent to their Arizona homes while the Indians wait to hear from Major League Baseball when they can rejoin the team. Francona said Reyes, who had a virus-related misstep last season, and Ramirez went out to dinner on Friday following an exhibition game in Mesa against the Chicago Cubs. They reported to the team’s complex on Saturday and were immediately sent away. They did not have contact with any other players or team personnel. “The players themselves actually self-reported that they had made a mistake,” Francona said on a Zoom call. The Associated Press
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Hong Kong, March 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- 6G, the sixth-generation mobile communication standard, is also known as the sixth-generation mobile communication technology.Last year, some top wireless communications experts gathered in Levi, Finland, to participate in the world's first 6G summit. The theme of the summit is "Pave the way for the arrival of 6G". At the 6G summit, a resolution to draft the world's first 6G white paper was proposed to clarify the basic direction of 6G development. After seven months, the white paper entitled "Key Drivers and Research Challenges for 6G Ubiquitous Wireless Intelligence" was officially released. The 6G white paper shows that by 2030, with the advent of 6G technology, many scenes that are still fantasy will become reality and human life will undergo tremendous changes. One of the most obvious changes is that 6G network speed will be 10 to 100 times that of 5G. Recently, the United States, Japan, South Korea, and Europe have invested in 6G research projects, and Chinese institutions such as China Mobile, UNISOC, Vivo, and CCID Think Tank have successively released 6G series white papers. In addition, in terms of the coverage, 6G wireless network is no longer limited to the ground, but will achieve seamless connection of ground, satellite, and airborne networks, and deep integration with artificial intelligence and machine learning, and the degree of intelligence has greatly increased. As for the positioning accuracy, traditional GPS and cellular multi-point positioning have limited accuracy, and they are difficult to achieve accurate deployment of indoor objects. 6G is sufficient to achieve high-precision positioning of IoT devices. 6G is also concerned about life changes. The white paper claims that it has led to the development of new displays, sensor imaging equipment, and other technologies. At that time, mobile phones are likely to become lightweight glasses, and virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR) are combined into one extended reality (XR) service. Through the rapid development of network and virtual reality technology, it can also be applied in the fields of distance education, telecommuting, and advanced three-dimensional simulation. Holographic technology is a technology that uses the principles of interference and diffraction to record and reproduce real three-dimensional images of objects. The ideal holographic display should be based on the naked eye, and when necessary, it can also be realized with the help of a head-mounted display and assisted by technologies such as AR/VR. Relying on 6G network, holographic technology will be integrated into manyapplication scenarios, such as communication, telemedicine, office design, and entertainment games, and realize the interaction between projection content and users, greatly shorten the distance between disseminated information and users, and establish the information dissemination mode with the human experience as the core. At the same time, with the continuous maturity of the technology and the decline of unit material cost, as well as the increase of participants, holographic technology is bound to develop more rapidly. WIMI utilizes its strong technical capabilities and infrastructure to provide excellent products and services. Meanwhile, its core business is holographic AR technology for software engineering, media manufacturing services, cloud, and big data. WIMI will use the 6D holographic light field technology revolution to ensure that the user experience can achieve the leading simulation experience and give users the most realistic naked eye simulation effect. Whether in WIMI Hologram LightField Cinema, 6D holographic high-end homes, or future 6G holographic communication, users will no longer feel the white wall screen with the naked eye. As a representative of Chinese visual AI companies, the business of WIMI covers multiple links of the Hologram AR technology, including Hologram computer visual AI synthesis, Hologram visual presentation, Hologram interactive software development, Hologram AR online and offline advertising, Hologram ARSDK payment, as well as 5G Hologram communication software development. WIMI's commercial application scenarios are mainly concentrated in five professional fields, including home entertainment, light field theater, performing arts system, commercial publishing system, and advertising display system. Namely, WIMI is a holographic cloud comprehensive technical solution provider. The characteristics and advantages of AR technology are that it can integrate real-world and virtual information, which has real-time interactivity and interest and brings enough freshness to users. The current hot AR holographic technology will be further developed in the future, and because of this, many Chinese and foreign companies have set their sights on the big cake of the market, that is, AR and holographic technology. According to reports, on April 1, 2020, WIMI Hologram Cloud was listed on NASDAQ, becoming the world's first holographic AR stock. WIMI is committed to using holographic technology to meet the entertainment and business needs of customers and end-users. Holographic images can be used not only in entertainment, art, and education, but also in media science, technological design, and augmented reality. WIMI has established a comprehensive holographic AR content library. The format of holographic AR content covers from 3D models to holographic short videos.As of December 31, 2018, WIMI has a total of 4654 ready-to-use AR holographic content, which can be used in WIMI Hologram's holographic AR products and solutions, covering a wide range. Among them, 2961 are used for educational scenes, 851 are used for tourism, 739 are used for art and entertainment, and 103 are used for popular science. In addition, WIMI's content library is enriched with copyrighted content licensed from third parties. WIMI is committed to providing content value-added services for the large entertainment industry based on visual technology, creating a large entertainment image ecosystem from the four aspects of "technology", "data", "marketing" and "layout", and empowering the content industry with artificial intelligence technology, which aims to promote the value-added of the entire industry chain of the large entertainment industry and to give new vitality to the industry. In the future, many industries will actively embrace 6G. In the current environment, mastering technology means mastering the pulse of the times. 6G may open a smart future and re-change the industry landscape. However, we still need to wait patiently. [Disclaimer] The copyright of this article belongs to the Antiprohense Research, the content is the author's personal views, this site only provides reference and does not constitute any investment and application suggestions. This site has the final interpretation right of this statement! About Antiprohense Antiprohense Team is a leading market research company in Hong Kong. They have built one of the premier proprietary research platforms on financial market, with an emphasis on emerging growth companies and paradigm-shifting businesses. Antiprohense team is professional in market research reports, industry insights & financing trends analysis. 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